Downward Dog

Downward Dog

Our pets can teach us a lot about life. I have grown up with Hungarian Vizlas since I was little. Just as the quote below says, we are our pets’ whole lives and they only know how to love. They bring us joy every day and allow us to smile during hard times. When we bond with our pets, we can more easily bond with others.

“Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day. It is amazing how much love and laughter they bring into our lives and even how much closer we become with each other because of them” – John Grogan, Marley and Me

My first dog Duna (the Hungarian name for the Danube River in Hungary) was born on Halloween and lived to be 16.

Taz was our second dog and he lived to be 7. He passed away suddenly about ten years ago from a heart tumor that we didn’t know about.

Romeo (Romie) was born on Valentine’s day and is 9 years old. He has a white patch on his chest that looks like a bowtie!

Zoltan (Zolie) will be 3 on June 10th. He’s our silly little swimmer who always makes us smile. He’s our only dog who learned how to swim and likes the water!

My Dad always wanted male dogs to balance out the gender ratio of the house  🙂