Dog Lovers Quotes

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Gail Honeyman
“You can't have too much dog in a book.”
Gail Honeyman, Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine

Elizabeth  Parker
“Being a hero to someone, even if it is a dog, is a feeling like no other. Though it can be frustrating, it can be the most rewarding thing to give someone a second chance at a happy life.”
Elizabeth Parker, Finally Home: Lessons On Life From A Free Spirited Dog

“Some may call you crazy if you try to reason with a dog. It is with desperate attempts that you hope they understand you. When the realization sinks in that your futile pleading goes without understanding or care, you are left with no choice but to think of the next best thing. From Finally Home: Lessons on Life from a Free-Spirited Dog”
Elizabeth Parker

Mehmet Murat ildan
“If dogs start acting like cats, many dogs lose their owners because what is expected of a dog is always obedience to its owner!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

“Are dogs the most mistreated, tortured animals on earth? Not by animal experimenters … but by dog “lovers”. Are the dogs’ owners monsters? Haven’t dogs simply been bred to become “living dolls” for human beings? Can you imagine a less natural animal than a dog? It used to be a wolf. Not anymore. It has been removed from nature. What natural function does it have or serve? None at all. What’s the point of a dog? It’s there purely to be company and entertainment for emotionally crippled human beings devoid of the capacity to think.”
Ranty McRanterson, Freedumb and Dumbocracy: Libertarians, Dogs, Goyim, the Internet, and Last Men

“Steven and Oliver. Oliver and Steven. Always together. Take ‘em or leave ‘em.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“I felt an awful, hard knot in my gut, like a punch — the mixture of shock and rage and vulnerability that comes with losing something that just a moment ago was there. The false, desperate hope that if you just look hard enough for it, the precious thing that was yours will still be yours because it belongs with you, right where you left it, and nowhere else.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“The boy who was going to be president was not the man who had nothing.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“We are a community, I thought. That’s what we humans do. We commune with each other. We help each other. We support each other. We share love.”
Steven J. Carino

“I hadn’t cried for help; I’d screamed for help. And my call was answered.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“I was possessed, crawling through the dirt with abandon to somehow get to Oliver.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“We became inseparable, bound to each other in ways neither of us fully understood. All we knew for sure was that, as long as we were together, nothing could really hurt us. Together, we would always be okay.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“Being so high above the din of the streets felt special and peaceful. It was like, after digging down into the nitty-gritty of Oliver’s theft, we were suddenly being given a broader overview. A new perspective.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“Something was happening. Something bigger than me. My eyes were being opened to a greater truth about the world, an insight into our shared humanity, a close-up look at the extraordinary power of love and empathy.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“God, I’m sorry for the words I spoke,” I said aloud, looking skyward. “I’m sorry I doubted you. I need to come back to you now. I know you were watching over me all along.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“To be human is to endure hardship, and to endure hardship means that we are alive. And being alive is the greatest gift.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“It isn’t so much what you have but what you believe that defines who you are and how you live.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“God, give me the strength I need to be truthful but not spiteful. Help me to use your tools, God, to find Oliver.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“I’m not married. I have no family of my own. I drive people to airports for a living. And I live with my dog. That’s it. That’s all I have. That’s my life. So whoever took Oliver, they didn’t just take my cell phone or car or computer. They took my whole life. You’re looking at a broken man, And that’s why I’m here. I have love in my heart, and I need your help.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“If you can endure tribulations and, as it says in Proverbs 3, “let love and faithfulness never leave you,” you will gain the wisdom that brings true well-being”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“If a man can fly, well then, I believe I flew down that street. For a brief moment, in my fifty-five years of living, I was finally the baseball hero rounding third base in game seven of the World Series, bursting with speed, madly dashing for victory, the crowd cheering for me to “Run!”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“We have to trust in the things that happen as happening for a reason.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“I’m through trying to be whatever person I have been trying to be because, obviously, I’m doing something wrong,” I said to him. “I want you to take over. I’m not giving up. I’m just surrendering to you. I am done trying to fulfill whatever expectations I thought I had to fulfill. I want you to make me into the person I am supposed to be.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“Friends reminded me I was loved; strangers shared my pain. A single block in a challenged neighborhood became my world, and I saw that this world was beautiful. Words of wisdom came from everywhere, filling my heart.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

“Losing Oliver allowed me to live again.”
Steven J. Carino, Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together

Paola Giometti
“A magical, yet stirring story about a pack of wolves that needs to find their destiny in a landscape where man poses a threat.”
Paola Giometti, The Destiny of the Wolves

“There are no bad dogs or bad humans, just inappropriate behavior.”
Shannon Riley-Coyner, Shannon Riley-Coyner The Evolution of Dog Training: From choke chains to clickers, uncovering the secrets to having a well behaved dog

Rodney Habib
“An educated, informed and well-researched community of pet owners can only put more pressure on the pet food industry to be better! When pet owners know better, they will only do better!”
Rodney Habib, The Forever Dog: Surprising New Science to Help Your Canine Companion Live Younger, Healthier, and Longer

Andrea Lochen
“She watched Sprocket rolling in the grass on his back with joyful abandon. That was why people loved dogs. Dogs embraced life and savored every second of it, no matter if it meant looking like a total dork.”
Andrea Lochen, Versions of Her

Andrea Lochen
“Not only was [her dog] a good companion, he was also like a permission slip to be more present in the world.”
Andrea Lochen, Versions of Her

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