When I first started looking into pet ownership, I had a pretty good idea what to expect from a new home.
But I had no idea what I would be doing with the dog.
My husband, an avid dog walker, was a dog lover, so we had been doing a lot of traveling, and had always kept him close by as a companion, and I had been using him to do yard work on the weekends.
And we had a dog of our own: a German shepherd named Kaitlyn.
“It’s so fun to walk the dog,” I said to my husband.
“She loves it.”
I was thinking that the first step would be finding a good home for our dog.
But it turned out that the best place to find a good place to live was the pet park in our town, which was located right next door to a dog park.
We knew there were a lot more dogs there, but we weren’t sure how many there were.
I started looking for a location and ended up with an awesome one.
I went in with a list of the places I liked and knew would be a good fit for our puppy, and found a place with plenty of space and an abundance of dogs.
“I like the location,” I told my husband, and he was a little taken aback.
“You’re the one who found this place?”
“Oh yeah, I found this dog park,” I replied.
“What are you talking about?”
He replied, “I went in to search for a dog.”
We looked for a place in the nearby town of Hintonville and discovered that there was a pet shop just down the street from our house.
It wasn’t quite the dog park I was hoping for, but it was a nice, dog-friendly place with lots of other dogs, and we were looking forward to visiting again soon.
I walked in with my list of things we needed and was told that there were plenty of dog parks in the area.
I was thrilled to find that a place like that would be the perfect home for my puppy.
We went to the pet store and purchased Kaitlin, our dog’s favorite toy, and got to work.
I decided that we would be bringing Kait into our home in about a month, so I brought her with me on a few walks and she would have plenty of opportunities to meet people and get socialized.
After about a week of walking Kait and getting to know her a little better, I gave her a good name.
We named her Lizzie, which means “little sister” in German.
And that was pretty much it for our initial dog-sharing experience.
But as time went on, I noticed that Kait had grown a bit and started getting more affectionate toward people.
The more she got to know people, the more she liked them, and the more people started showing interest in her.
She even got to play with people when we were visiting friends in the neighborhood.
It seemed like a good thing, so my husband and I decided to take Kait to a place where people would interact with her.
A few weeks after we purchased her, I decided I wanted to keep Kait in a house, but one where people could meet her and play with her a bit more.
I contacted the owner of the dog parks and was offered a house near a dog shelter that we could use for a few months, and Kait was quickly accepted.
We decided that since we would probably be getting into a lot with her, it would be nice to have a place that would let her go out a bit as well.
This is where I realized that I was being selfish.
We would have to buy a house together, and as a family we could get by without a dog.
After a few more months, I told Kait that I wanted her to move into our house, and she agreed.
I had my first puppy, but I was not sure how she would react to her new home in my house.
We met a couple of other families and began adopting more dogs.
It was going to be fun, but the more I talked with the other people in the dog community, the less I thought Kait would react.
Kait did not react well to people, either.
She didn’t like people looking at her and barking, and her owner would often call me to come and talk about the dog that I had adopted.
I have never been able to convince Kait not to interact with people or to be close to people because of her personality.
When people ask me about Kait, she tends to say things like, “Oh, she is cute and she’s adorable, but she is not human.”
I have been told that K, when she was about 6 months old, would sometimes bark and growl at people if she saw them, but as she grew up she learned that