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Akira - My Crazy Puppy!

Akira - My Crazy Puppy!

This is my Akira. One word in particular comes to mind when asked to describe this five-month-old German Shepherd puppy, and that word is 'chaos'. I have never before set eyes on a dog more clumsy, more comical than she. It would seem that every household item you could possibly think of is some form of obstacle to Akira - I'm sure she could even trip over a strand of hair! She also appears to find it impossible to stay still! If she isn't already playing she is either sleeping (having drifted off reluctantly xD!) or trying to convince us to play with her. My older dog tends to be the victim of this 'convincing' most of the time :P. Without trying to sound overly cliched, however, I have also never met a dog more loving nor loyal than Aki. Just being in the same room with her creates a feeling of warmth and a sense of 'family'. Let's face it, we're all suckers for our own dogs, aren't we? And I am a massive sucker for Akira. She literally makes my day. She's the biggest bundle of fun (and drool...) and she just makes everyone around her happy.

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Munch - My Childhood Friend.

Munch - My Childhood Friend.

In Loving MemoryIn Loving Memory

I'm very sure many people can relate to my story when it comes to my childhood best friend, Munch. I remember clearly the day my dad walked through the front door holding that tiny collie-cross pup in his arms - and how I instantly fell in love with him. I was four years old then, and couldn't possibly think of a proper name! We named him 'Munch' - I think it was a joke between my parents, but I'm not entirely sure. All I know is that despite it being the most ludicrous-sounding name for a dog, it holds a special meaning for me. I suppose you could say that, as an only child, I relished the puppy's company and that it was this that tied us so closely together. I think I needed him more than I knew. I went through the best and worst parts of my early life with this dog, and not once did he ever let me down. He was always there. He was one of those dogs who, despite being quite solitary, would always lay his head on your lap and look questioningly into your eyes when he could sense something was hurting you. I feel foolish in saying this, but I would be lying if I said otherwise: this dog made me who I am today, he helped me through everything. I think I relied on him a lot more than most dog-owners, admittedly. I was nearing fifteen when we were informed that he was blind and had an infection in his kidneys that caused them to leak protein. He was suffering each day: he couldn't urinate, loud noises frightened him, he was in pain, he was weak...the list goes on. To make things worse, there was nothing that they could do to help him. His only option was to be put to sleep. I had only been fifteen for a week when I lost my dearest friend. It was too unreal to even come to terms with. It still is, sometimes. I am now nineteen and there hasn't been a day gone by since then that I haven't missed him. After all, you never forget the dog whom you grew up with. Which is why I had to include him in my DailyPuppy. He will always mean the world to me and I want the world to know that.

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