Our little “Teena” is ever growing. Her sleek fur is shinier as ever and her eyes are shining too! We nourish her with milk and the best dog food we can get from the market. We also give her a nice, cool bath daily and a brief walk in the neighborhood. Caring for Teena has become a family bonding. During weekends, my hubby and my son would play with her, my son even talks to her. She responds by wagging her tail and jumping.
We sometimes teach her tricks and when she gets it right, we reward her with dog treats. Teena loves music as well! Every time my husband puts something on the speakers, she goes all hyped up! There was even one time when my son played his toy guitar, one that looks so real and similar to those sold at the largest online music store, Teena responded cheerfully by jumping up and down and bows down after. These dog actions performed by Teena help us knowing what she wants. It is important to know these dog actions because these communicate how dogs really feel. Moreover, knowing such builds and improves our relationship with them.