Dogs Loyalty Quotes

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Stanley Coren
“The greatest fear dogs know is the fear that you will not come back when you go out the door without them.”
Stanley Coren

W. Bruce Cameron
“My purpose, my whole life, had been to love him and be with him, to make him happy. I didn’t want to cause any unhappiness now—in that way, I decided it was probably better than he wasn’t here to see this, though I missed him so much at that moment the ache of it was as bad as the strange pains in my belly.”
W. Bruce Cameron, A Dog's Purpose

Dan Gemeinhart
“Dogs die. But dogs live, too. Right up until they die, they live. They live brave, beautiful lives. They protect their families. And love us. And make our lives a little brighter. And they don't waste time being afraid of tomorrow.”
Dan Gemeinhart, The Honest Truth

Karl Kraus
“To be sure, the dog is loyal. But why, on that account, should we take him as an example? He is loyal to man, not to other dogs. ”
Karl Kraus

Mark J. Asher
“You see, sometimes in life, the best thing for all that ails you has fur and four legs.”
Mark J. Asher, All That Ails You: The Adventures of a Canine Caregiver

“Thorns may hurt you, men desert you, sunlight turn to fog;
but you're never friendless ever, if you have a dog.”
Douglas Malloch

Courtney Milan
“The dog looked up in entreaty. Liquid brown eyes begged: Take me with you. I’ll be good. Oh, the lies that dogs told.”
Courtney Milan, Unraveled

Munia Khan
“Pets reflect you like mirrors. When you are happy, you can see your dog smiling and when you are sad, your cat cries.”
Munia Khan

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

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

Will Barrow
“With some dogs you share a boil in the bag breakfast and maybe a blanket on a cold desert floor. Some you wouldn't leave in charge of your Grandma unless you wanted to find out just how fast the old girl could run. But, if you're very, very lucky there will be the one dog you would lay down your life for - and for me that dog is Buster.”
Will Barrow

Oliver Tremble
“Love like a dog.

As long as it’s been treated with kindness and respect a dog will love you. A dog doesn’t care about your age, sex, gender identity, orientation, religion, race or socioeconomic bracket. A dog doesn’t care if you’re skinny, have stretch marks or scars. A dog doesn’t care how many people you’ve slept with, what hardships you’ve had to overcome; and if you’re crying a dog will come put its little chin on your chest and love you regardless. A dog doesn’t let these things dictate to whom or how much it extends its heart. A dog just loves.

Love like a dog.

A dog never tries to play it cool, hard to get or shies away from showing how much it loves. A dog’s composure is never betrayed by its tail because it freely and without hesitation shows how ecstatic it is to see you every time you walk through the door. When a dog is around other dogs it doesn’t pretend that it doesn’t really love tennis balls. A dog loves what it loves and is never embarrassed about showing how it feels.

Love like a dog.

A dog is loyal to and would fiercely defend those whom it loves. “For the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack.” Life is not always easy. At times you will have to be brave. At times you will be hurt. But a dog will never leave you. Stay close. Be faithful. Protect your pack.

Love like a dog.

That is my advice to you. Love like a dog.”
Oliver Tremble

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Dogs are loyal friends, and if they could talk, your secrets would still be safe. (If my cat could talk, I’d have to let the dog eat her.)”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes: Quotes, Thoughts, & a Little Poetry for Every Day of the Year

“Life is hard. People can't be trusted. Vigilance is key. Be wise about whom you love, and when you do love, do it with every fiber of your being...'til death do you part.”
David Dibenedetto, Good Dog: True Stories of Love, Loss, and Loyalty

Ehsan Sehgal
“Dog's Loyalty
O' unfaithful human
Come and listen
It will change
Your entire life
Only brave people
Wear the pain
On their body
If you want to learn
The style
And the way of love
I tell you
That will open
The secrets of the way
Learn the faithfulness
Love and the loyalty
From the dogs
O' unfaithful human
Come and listen.”
Ehsan Sehgal

Dave Barry
“You could be Charles Manson, or Hitler, or even a lawyer who advertises on television, and your dog will still think you're the greatest thing ever. This tells you something very important about dogs: They are not very bright.”
Dave Barry, I'll Mature When I'm Dead: Dave Barry's Amazing Tales of Adulthood

Laura VanArendonk Baugh
“They do not so much as hesitate in their actions, and I realize they cannot see my slick dark coat in the unlit room. Nor can they scent me with their clumsy human noses. They are indeed foolish predators, not only to hunt on another’s territory, but to hunt where their limited senses are useless. And they are very foolish to hunt my Lady.”
Laura VanArendonk Baugh, Hall of Heroes

Amit Abraham
“As long as you wag your tail you are a sincere dog, when you bark you are a ferocious dog but the moment you bite you become a mad dog .”
Amit Abraham

“Somehow I end up making a bud in all my trips. I make an instant connection and it always turns out to be mutual unlike with humans. We don't need a language to speak. I can read his eyes and he can read my expressions and we speak for hours. We have this special mutual understanding, I always miss with humans. ~ #whisperingtrail”
Ashish Bhardwaj

J.J. Pips
“Share the Pips life, I say!”
J.J. PIps

“Dogs, I think, might be more important than principles. They provide love and loyalty when you need them the most.”
Kevin Hearne, Scourged

“We've done nothing to hurt them," growled Argal. "All we've done is to be their most faithful companions for thousands of years. We protected their children, their homes, their farms. We herded their cattle and sheep. We showed them how to hunt. We fought in their wars. When they were lost, we guided them home. We put food in their mouths when they were hungry, and saved their lives when they were dying. We even wiped out our brothers-the wolves-for the benefit of men and to our shame because men asked us to do it. Now we capture their criminals and sniff for their dangerous explosives and poisonous drugs. The rich use us to make them look even richer, and the beggars use us to help pay for their booze. In their darkest nights we bring them comfort. In their brightest days we bring them joy. We've given the human race more love than any other creature on this earth. They even have the nerve to call us man's best friend,"
He looked about the death house. He looked at Furgal. "And this is our reward,”
Tim Willocks, Doglands

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

Donald Friedman
“Your dog is the ultimate acolyte; he believes you are the very image of God.”
Donald Friedman, You're My Dawg, Dog: A Lexicon of Dog Terms for People

Kevin Hearne
“If there is anything I can warn you about when it comes to expanding your lifespan, it's that boredom is your enemy. If you get too bored with the routine of it, the endless eating, and sleeping, and shitting and working so that you can eat, sleep and shit some more you'll do something stupid in an attempt to entertain yourself. And you'll die. Or you'll slip into depression, make the last shift and live out your days as an animal. Or you'll get bitter thinking about the past and everything you've lost and it will turn you against people. So my free advice is to always find something to love and to make you laugh. Something that will keep you in the here and now. Hounds are good at it. And they work for me.”
Kevin Hearne, Shattered

Erin Hunter
“Mickey continued. "If you ever come back, you will find this thing, your possession, which you gave to me. It was my favorite toy, and when I played with it, I thought of you. This will prove that I came back to look for you--that I never forgot you or stopped loving you.”
Erin Hunter, Darkness Falls

Elizabeth  Ferris
“Positively Georgia's Guide to Surviving Grief aims to help teens and adults deal positively with the loss of a loved one. Georgia is an illustrated Airedale Terrier who is full of energy and inspiring ideas. Always experiencing the world with love and appreciation, Georgia steps readers through a number of ideas and strategies to heal from loss and move on to recover a happy, rewarding life”
Elizabeth Ferris

Dan Gemeinhart
“You. Me. Together. Always.”
Dan Gemeinhart, Good Dog

Terance Shipman
“Check out Ruby Smiles –
by Prudence Williams! Free Giveaway on Goodreads.
Come enjoy the day with Ruby! Her days are filled with excitement and fun! As the Dog-of-the-House, she has a lot responsibilities and duties, but Ruby loves her job and has a great time doing it and knows you'll enjoy spending the day with her.”
Terance Shipman

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