Dog Rescue Quotes

Quotes tagged as "dog-rescue" Showing 1-12 of 12
Karen Davison
“Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.”
Karen Davison

“It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them. And every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enought, all the components of my heart will be dog, and I will become as generous and loving as they are.”
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Jennifer Skiff
“Dogs, for a reason that can only be described as divine, have the ability to forgive, let go of the past, and live each day joyously. It’s something the rest of us strive for.”
Jennifer Skiff, The Divinity of Dogs: True Stories of Miracles Inspired by Man's Best Friend

“A dog is not a thing. A thing is replaceable. A dog is not. A thing is disposable. A dog is not. A thing doesn’t have a heart. A dog’s heart is bigger than any “thing” you can ever own.”
Elizabeth Parker, Paw Prints in the Sand

“Whoever declared that love at first sight doesn’t exist has never witnessed the purity of a puppy or looked deep into a puppy’s eyes. If they did, their lives would change considerably.”
Elizabeth Parker, Paw Prints in the Sand

Meg Donohue
“I'm convinced that petting a puppy is good luck.”
Meg Donohue, Dog Crazy: A Novel of Love Lost and Found

Ann Taylor
“After we bring food home from the grocery store...Dogs must think we are the greatest hunters ever!”
Ann Taylor

Elizabeth  Parker
“There will always be detours in the fascinating game called life. Find the path to your heart’s desires, and stay on course.”
Elizabeth Parker, Paw Prints in the Sand

Kathi Daley
“The strange thing is, this truly horrifying experience planted a seed deep within my heart that germinated and grew into a desire that, I have to admit, I've never completely overcome.”
Kathi Daley, Halloween Hijinks

Elizabeth  Parker
“While observing some people with their dogs, it is often a question of who is training whom. It is not uncommon to see an owner with their arms extended, holding on for dear life, while their dog runs wild. Unfortunately, I was becoming one of those owners.”
Elizabeth Parker, Finally Home: Lessons On Life From A Free Spirited Dog

Katya Armock
“Chloe, wake up. I really, really, really need to pee.”

I moan and sink deeper into Jorge’s arms, pulling my hand back.

“Chloe, wake up. I’m dying here. I have to pee.”

Ugh, why won’t that voice go away? I crack my eyes open and see Ringo by the bed prancing around doing the doggy version of a potty dance.

Ringo starts prancing toward the bedroom door. “Thank goodness. I’ve got to go.”
Katya Armock, To Hiss or to Kiss

“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