Perhaps all the dog lovers share the same opinion that dogs too have different moods. Yes, they can be moody: From happy to sad to guilty to laughter to overwhelmed to crazy to emotional to almost everything that humans can understand without knowing dog language.
My life seemed to change after Chilly came to our place on that monsoon evening, chasing butterflies! It rained heavily that evening and since the colony roads were too much water logged, Chilli took shelter in the backyard of my house. Ever since, Chilly has been a part of our family. And ever since, I have never seen mom under any sort of depression or deteriorating health: I had read that dogs are stress busters and they help you keep good health. Now I know they do.
Two generations came soon after chilli, some went for adoption and the rest stayed at my place making a total of four dogs now: Chilly, Chhotu, Chhoti & Mini!
As kids all the dogs are equally playful, no matter how angry or sad or tired you are: if they’re up, they’d always wanna play with you. But as they grow up, they begin to understand your moods, get used to your presence or absence.
For me the best part about dogs is, you’d never need a companion – they amaze you with their sheer creativity and yet, love you unconditionally! A few moods of dogs I’d like to share in pictures.
This is how they welcome you when you get back home from outside, even if you were out for ten minutes 🙂
That’s how they cutely fight among each other trying to shoo one another away – just to make sure they get the attention first!
That’s mini getting wild at me when she was barely 2 months old. She used to climb up the sofa back and then try to cat-walk slowly. When I tried to pick her up, this is the look I used to get.
That’s Chhotu’s first birthday and he was scared of that silly cap on his face! Chilli tore the cap minutes later 😛
Those are the little pups that we gave away for adoption. Look at those mischievious eyes! Up to no good I can say! 😀
So that’s about my dogs; rather moody dogs!