That important discussion all dog owners need to have.

It’s twelve months today since Storm came home from the breeder.   The little puppy that bounced into the house in a cardboard box has now grown into an adult dog with big feet and a boof head.  He’s adjusted to the household well, and takes part in our daily activities.   He’s now a major part of our family, always standing in the background of all family events, asking for a piece of birthday cake or just comforting one of us with a head lean when we are having a bad day.

Golden Retriver with a stupid hat

I think it’s time to have that discussion with Storm that all pet owners need to have.  I don’t know if he’s comprehended the situation and noticed the differences between us and himself so I’ll ask you then question.  Do you think we should tell him he’s adopted?


10 thoughts on “That important discussion all dog owners need to have.

  1. Anonymous says:

    I don’t think he will be upset either way, adopted or natural born child. I get the feeling that he’s a very lucky puppy, just from getting to know you and your family via facebook. It seems that you are kind, loving, fun and caring people. Regardless of whether he’s your natural child or adopted, I’m sure he’ll have a good life with the Mitchell Family. Therefore, whatever you and Kate decide to do, I’m sure it will turn out to be a great success!!

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  2. Meemz says:

    Your blog is awesome! ^_^

    As long as he’s loved and well taken care of, I’m sure he’ll understand if you tell him nicely. Start of by letting him know how much he means to you.

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