WordPress Exercise 3

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We love dogs. Just about all of us do. Big dogs, small dogs, yappy dogs, fluffy dogs, all of them are loveable dogs — we call them pups and puppers, woofers and boofers, pupperinos and cutie-booties, and we adore our closest companions like no other.

If you were to ask a dog owner why they love their dogs so much, they’d probably tell you that they have a close and enduring bond with their dogs, they care about them on a deep level, and know their dogs care about them in return, offering company, love, and an undeniable loyalty.

One of the other things they’ll tell you, is that they have a relationship with dogs that they simply can’t have with human beings. This is part of what makes dogs so loveable, their differences from humans.

Their exchanges and dynamics with their dogs are different than those with their human counterparts in various ways that make dogs an indispensable creature in our modern lives (for dog-lovers, that is).”

-Source: The Psychology of Why We Love Dogs by Joe Duncan, Medium.com, March 23, 2019.

Image by Fran • @thisisfranpatel from Pixabay.


“I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love. For me, they are the role model for being alive.”

– Gilda Radner

“My fashion philosophy is, if you’re not covered in dog hair, your life is empty.”

– Elayne Boosler
Image by Elena Mozhvilo on Unsplash.

“Dogs’ lives are too short. Their only fault, really.”

– Agnes Sligh Turnbull

“Dogs are our link to paradise.”

– Milan Kundera
Brown and white dog lying in the grass eating a dog treat.
Image by Manuel Schmitt from Pixabay.


First Gallery: Left image by Clarke-sanders on Unsplash. Middle image by Daniel Lincoln on Unsplash. Right image by Niki Sanders on Unsplash.

Second Gallery: Left image by Adriana Morales from Pixabay. Middle image by Moshe Harosh from Pixabay. Right image by Jeremy Tremblay on Unsplash.