But if I was in love with her — not like, but love — and was willing to make it work with her and her pet, I’d have done these three things: “It would have made Sydney so happy if you’d have played with her,” Christine said.
“She liked you.” I’m not sure about that—I think the dog was jealous.
Christine pulls away, stares angrily at the dog for, like, three seconds, and then breaks into a goofy grin.
“First of all,” she said, after I reminded her about the aborted make-out session at her apartment, “you’re exaggerating.
If you are a dog owner, and you've always wondered how to find your pet the perfect partner, look no further.
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For example, I’d recommend Katz on Dogs: A Commonsense Guide to Training and Living with Dogs by mystery writer and pet-lover Jon Katz.
It’s charming and informative and will help you better understand the bond between pet and owner.