"I'm the boss here. Once around the Town Square, please!!!"
If we were not planning an extend trip to Ireland this Fall, I'd get a dog. Having someone take care of the dog or kenneling, it just wouldn't be fair to the dog.
Get one after, perhaps? Added bonus...a dog that you can travel with! My friends who travel frequently and for extended time got a King Charles Cavalier because it's a dog that is juuuussstt under the cabin weight limit for most airlines. They especially enjoy going to dog friendly parts of Europe (Italy, France) with their (well behaved) pup. We didn't opt for thisand we ended up with a 90lb dog and a 45lb dog. We take a lot of road trips (with the dogs) and have a dogwatch exchange with good friends of ours for trips they can not go on. - ER
As in L'Oréal's advertising, "Because I'm worth it".
What a sweet-faced dog!
"This is my daddy's car. I love my daddy."What a beauty....and not the car!
That lovely face just begs one to plant a big kiss on it!
His name is Winston, he's 10 years old, and he's been working on that look all his life. The most kissed dog I have ever owned.
Absolutely do travel with your pet. We toured half the country with our well-behaved great Dane, who lived an astonishing 11 years, 8 months and was active to the end (massive stroke...) Now we move about with our 21 year-old African Grey parrot, our talkative companion, drill sergeant, navigator and tour guide. Life without a pet can be lonelier; travel without one is missing out on all their fun - yours, too.