Dog Lovers Quotes

Quotes tagged as "dog-lovers" Showing 1-18 of 18
Gail Honeyman
“You can't have too much dog in a book.”
Gail Honeyman, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Karen Davison
“A dog can express more with his tail in minutes than an owner can express with his tongue in hours.”
Karen Davison

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

Michael A. Ferro
“A dog only got hurt if its love was repudiated, intentional or not, though it never had long to feel true sorrow in response because it never held its love back, regardless of reciprocation; the dog just tried to love you more. No other distractions such as work, home, friendships, or lovers—just the insistence of undying and unwavering affection in the truest sense of the word—asking for only a fraction of what it gave.”
Michael A. Ferro, TITLE 13: A Novel

“A dog's love is only second to that of a mother's.”
Radhika Mundra

Linda Gray Sexton
“Dogs have always provided a special kind of love and companionship that I experience only some of the time with humans. They have a strong sense of character and live the way we ought to: dogs never compare you to your sister nor make judgments in her favor. Dogs never know what is coming and so live purely in the moment, savoring the good, doing their best to endure the bad--and they offer up this miraculous example so that we can learn from it.”
Linda Gray Sexton, Bespotted: My Family's Love Affair with Thirty-Eight Dalmatians

“I never met a dog lover I didn't like.”
Marty Rubin

“Learn how to love others from a dog and
how to live for others from a tree.”
Luffina Lourduraj

“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

“Without a word, my dog taught me the meaning of love.”
Leila Grandemange, Pawz and Pray: Short Reflections about God, Life, and the Dogs I Love!

Debasish Mridha
“A dog is the most joyful friend that you can have.”
Debasish Mridha

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Dogs live about twelve years and that’s why they discovered this brilliant philosophy: Because time is limited, there is no time to be unhappy!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Michael A. Ferro
“Heald did not understand cats. All his life he had been a dog person, naturally averse to cats due to his allergies. Many of the women that he knew in the city had cats. It couldn’t be as simple as men being “dog people” and women being “cat people”; he knew that was too one- dimensional. Maybe something about cats’ apprehensive and complicated nature drew women to adore them, sensing a mirrored personality that had to be appreciated, or at the very least, respected. Dogs, with their fanatical, uncomplicated, and singular devotion, were everything a man could ever ask for.”
Michael A. Ferro, TITLE 13: A Novel

Nicole  Castle
“Kiki had to be carried whenever they left the house, or she’d be eaten by wild animals. At least, that’s what Frank seemed to think. The dog, spoiled as she was, wholeheartedly agreed.”
Nicole Castle, Les Recidivists

Philip Schultz
“Not one of the three black deaf-mutes who come here every day owns a dog. They sit under the fragrant decay of the big mossy oak speaking with their eyes and hands. They love dogs so much they vibrate, but, like me, they can't bear to own one. Anyone who's ever owned one knows what owning love means.”
Philip Schultz, Failure

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Dogs carry both the mind of the children and the mind of the mature people! They like having fun very much but they can also be very serious!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Mehmet Murat ildan
“A dog owner might be the master of his dog, but the dog is also a master, a master of friendship!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Viv Albertine
“The French love their dogs. I’m always suspicious of people who adore animals, they often don’t care much for humans.”
Viv Albertine, Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys