The Best Things About Having a Puppy

They are adorable.

One of the best things about puppies is that they are adorable. Puppies are fluffy, cuddly and great to look at. They help you feel better if you’re having a rough day. Sometimes just looking at a puppy can make your mental health better!

They are funny.

A dog is a being that is always, always funny. Dogs do funny things, and make funny noises when they do them, and look funny when they are doing those things. They are so adorable that it makes you want to smile just looking at them, because dogs are just like that.

You can also have fun with your dogs by playing with them, which makes the game more entertaining for you and your pet. This will give you memories of times that you had fun with your dog because you were playing a game together.

They make you stop and smell the roses.

A sweet, wiggling face makes it hard to concentrate on anything else. You’ll find that your puppy helps you stop overthinking and worrying, as well as brings you back to the present moment. The act of taking a dog out for a walk turns into an exercise in mindfulness: focusing on the sounds around you (the dog’s tags jingling), being aware of what the puppy is doing (where are they sniffing?), and noticing how everything smells and feels with your feet on the ground.

It can be difficult to be fully present when we’re constantly plugged in or thinking about what happened at work or school, but puppies don’t allow us to stay in our heads for long. They serve as an excellent mindfulness tool: they help us focus on the now by giving us something tangible to pay attention to instead of thinking about abstract things that may not even exist yet!

They are your workout buddies.

One of the best things about having a puppy is that they are your workout buddies. They love to go for walks and runs. You can play fetch with them, and they love to chase balls and sticks. When you have a puppy you’ll always have an excuse to get out of the house!

They make you patient.

There are many things to love about puppies, but one of the best things is that they make you patient. The first time your dog has an accident in the house and you catch yourself yelling at a puppy, it’s jarring. They’re not perfect, though! Puppies are learning how to be dogs in the world, and they need time to do that. Even if you have an adult dog who’s had accidents before, it can be frustrating when he or she does it again. But remember that you don’t know what changed in your dog’s environment this week—maybe they were nervous because someone was working on their house, or maybe there was a firetruck nearby that terrified them. Because dogs are living creatures with feelings and personalities just like we have, we must afford them some room for error just as we would for ourselves.

They inspire you to create new experiences for them together with them.

One of the best things about having a puppy is that they inspire you to create new experiences for them together with them. You’re going to want to be giving your puppy lots of love and attention, but you’ll also need to teach them that they can’t chew on your good shoes or steal cheese off the counter. One way to do that is by teaching your puppy tricks, which can also be used as a distraction when necessary.

Another cool thing about having a puppy is taking them on adventures. Puppies are naturally curious and will likely enjoy exploring new places as long as you keep it fun! Puppy play dates are another great idea if you’d like for your dog to have other furry friends beyond the household pets.

Their joy is contagious.

Puppies are the ultimate friends. You come home and they’re SO happy to see you. You go out on a walk with them and they’re SO happy to be with you. You want to play fetch? Puppy is so happy to chase that stick for hours! These little guys bring their joy everywhere and it’s contagious. If there’s one thing that puppies do better than other dogs, it’s this wholehearted, consistent joy at every moment of being alive.

They take care of you too.

Puppies are your new best friend. They’re always there for you and look forward to hanging out with you. Whenever you’re feeling stressed, or had a bad day, they will be there to cheer you up and make sure that everything is alright.

They want the best for you. The puppy will sit next to you as if he knows your thoughts, but even if he does know what’s going on in your head, all he wants is for things to be better for both of you. You can tell this by how excited he is when he sees that you’re home from work. Sometimes it seems like they just want to see the world burn, but they really don’t – they just have a lot of energy!

Their endless love makes your life so much better!

Having a puppy means you have the best creature in the world always loving you. Puppies are so full of love that they will do anything to make you feel happy and loved. They will give everything just to see you smile, and they will never judge you or leave your side.

They are always happy to come see you when they see you enter a room, or hear your voice, or even smell your shoes! The excitement that they have for seeing their owner is unparalleled by any other animal I’ve ever met.

Puppies also make me feel needed. They need me to feed them, play with them, walk them, clean up after them…and I love every second of it!

Puppies can bring so much joy into your life!

Puppies can bring so much joy into your life. They are very cute and have tons of energy. You can play with them all day long and they’ll always want to play more. Having a puppy will mean you’ll go outside more often which is good for your health. In addition, puppies are great for your mental health as well; petting a puppy or playing with a puppy makes you happy! Finally, puppies make you a better person because they teach you to take care of them and be responsible for someone other than yourself.Becoming a new puppy owner is exciting, overwhelming, and exhausting all at once. You have to prepare for the arrival of your new puppy, buy all of the necessary supplies, and get your home ready for its new inhabitant.

Fortunately, there are plenty of benefits to having a puppy that makes all of this worth it. Here are our favorite things about being a new puppy owner:

1. Puppies are always happy to see you when you come home from work or school. And they never let you sneak in through the back door without letting out a howl because they were too busy watching TV instead of waiting by the front door like they’re supposed to!

2. Puppies are so easy to talk to! All you have to do is say something like, “Who’s a good boy?!” and their tail will go right into overdrive. They’ll start wagging it so fast that you can literally feel the wind coming off of it! And if you want them to do something specific like sit down or lay down, just say “Sit!” or “Lay down!” and they will totally obey without hesitation!

3. Puppies always give the best hugs—especially when they’re little enough that they can still fit in your lap.

Oh, hey you! I’m so glad you’re here.

So yeah, I got a puppy. And now I have to tell the world about it, because IT’S SO FREAKING CUTE. Dogs are such a blessing. But anyway, that’s not what you’re here for…

What is it? Oh yeah, totally. You’re here to read about the best things about having a puppy. Well, let me tell you: there are a LOT of them!

How about this one: puppies are always up for snuggles! My pup and I take turns sleeping in each other’s arms every night. It’s truly the best thing ever (and I know he agrees.)

Also: puppies always love food! Whether it’s yours or theirs, they just can’t get enough of it. And it makes them so HAPPY when you give them some of yours. They seem to like everything except broccoli—but who can blame them?

Puppies also have this special ability to make you smile no matter what mood you’re in. Seriously, try getting mad at those adorable little faces! It’s just impossible—kind of like staying sad while watching TikToks of dogs trying to jump into their owners’ arms (

It’s been over a month since I adopted my first puppy and I’ve been enjoying getting to know him, but it’s hard to deny the fact that puppies are work. They require a lot of patience, love, and training.

But new puppy owners know that the work is absolutely worth it. Nothing beats the love you get from your new best friend!

Here are five of my favorite things about being a new puppy owner:

1) Puppy snuggles. My puppy loves to cuddle with me after he’s had some time to play! It’s so nice to be able to come home and have someone waiting to greet me with kisses.

2) Training sessions. This is probably an odd one for some people, but I’m taking a positive reinforcement-based training course and it has been awesome watching my puppy learn new things every day! He learns so quickly, he’s like a little sponge.

3) Playtime. My pup gets crazy zoomies every once in a while and it always makes me laugh out loud when he does it. It’s like he has all this energy that just comes bursting out of him at once and then he calms down again right away afterward. He also loves playing fetch—he’ll bring his

Having a puppy is like having a tiny human baby, but one that can’t talk or go to the bathroom by itself. It can be a lot of responsibility and a lot of work, yes, but it’s also a ton of fun!

Here are some of the best parts of having a puppy:

-They’re always happy to see you! They’ll run to the door every time you come home, no matter if you’ve been out for three hours or ten minutes.

-They have super soft fur. It’s impossible not to rub their bellies constantly. I mean seriously, who doesn’t like petting super soft things?

-They help you get more exercise without even trying. Whether it’s just taking them on regular walks or running around the yard with them, puppies always add in some extra activity.

-Puppies are so cute! Look at this one!!

One of the best things about getting a puppy is watching them discover everything in the world around them. Their curiosity, their awkwardness, and their excitement to be alive is just infectious—you simply can’t help but smile when you see them do something new.

Puppies are also a great way to make new friends! Your puppy will love meeting other dogs and their humans, and it will give you an excuse to get out of the house and explore your neighborhood with your dog. Plus, puppies are always a conversation starter—pretty much anyone loves talking about a puppy. You’ll get to talk about your dog-raising experiences with other new puppy people, or discuss tips for training an older dog with owners who already have experience.

Puppies are also great kids for people who are too busy to raise human children: They’re a lot less expensive (up front) than human children, they don’t have terrible twos or teenage years to be worried about, and they’re much easier to house train than human children (though that might depend on how well you potty trained yourself).

Plus, you can dress your dog up in adorable outfits if you want! They won’t complain if they’re cold (or even really if they’re hot),

When you bring a new puppy home, it’s a lot like bringing home a human baby.

There’s the crying and fussing at first, then the learning to eat (wet food instead of formula or breastmilk, but still), then the learning to walk! The difference is that puppies seem to learn all of those things so much faster than human babies do.

It’s like they can’t wait to take on the world. They’re so excited about everything! And once they’re able to walk and run around outside, they can’t get enough of it. They’ll run in circles around you until you collapse from exhaustion because you can’t keep up with them anymore. But you know what? Those are some of the best times with your new puppy.

They’re so happy about everything that it makes you happy, too. Even when it takes a long time for them to stop crying and go to sleep at night—and even when that means that you don’t get any sleep yourself—it’s still worth it just because you made them happy.

It’s been about a month since I got my little puppy, and I’m still learning to live with him. He’s adorable, but he’s also taught me that dogs aren’t always as cute as they look in the movies! Sure, there are plenty of great things about adopting a puppy. But there are also some definitely not-so-great things!

1. Puppies chew on everything.

2. They make a mess everywhere.

3. You can’t leave them alone for even a few minutes without them getting into trouble.

4. You’re constantly cleaning up poop and pee (and sometimes… other things).

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