He/she sees you’re almost ready. With his/her head fixed on the ground between his/her paws, he/she follows you with his/her eyes as you cross the room gathering your bag and keys. You scratch him/her around ears in consolation and break for the
door. He/she lifts his/her head and makes a sound: a plaintive yelp, and it makes your heart flinch, I know it does.
Hi there! I’m Jonah Zablan and it warms my heart to be of any help. Like most dog-peopled household, I grew up with
these angels on earth. I first spent my 10 years with Browny, the one adventurous dog. He holds the memory of when he
protected me from what he assumed was a real attack of my playmate. He had walked with me on my way to school and I
didn’t worry much about him getting back home. He’s clever and strong. At the moment, I have two dogs back in the Philippines (Odi now in his golden years, Yogi in his 3rd year) and a little puppy here in our house named Brooklyn , who is in his 5th month. I always thought that dogs, like members of the family, have
different dispositions and personalities to deal with. Some are thought to be stubborn, but it all boils down to the right
motivation that even the most unwilling dog will happily cooperate. Through the years, I’ve learned that understanding
helps us appreciate as it leads to greater patience. I believe that having a pet brightens up the home, however,
having a pet means more than having a cute furball to Instagram, play catch with, or bring to the park. I take it as a huge
responsibility and a long-term commitment. On top of it all, bringing one in to life, growing up with a loyal and faithful
animal companion is a rewarding experience. It has always been dogs for me. I think they are God’s greatest creation. Dogs, they are the true symbol of friendship, selflessness and unwavering loyalty.