Quotes About Puppies

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Charles M. Schulz
“Happiness is a warm puppy.”
Charles M. Schulz

Margaret Wise Brown
“I like dogs
Big dogs
Little dogs
Fat dogs
Doggy dogs
Old dogs
Puppy dogs
I like dogs
A dog that is barking over the hill
A dog that is dreaming very still
A dog that is running wherever he will
I like dogs.”
Margaret Wise Brown, The Friendly Book

Emme Rollins
“Every bride is beautiful. It’s like newborn babies or puppies. They can’t help it.”
Emme Rollins, Dear Rockstar

Dorothy L. Sayers
“He had the appeal of a very young dog of a very large breed -- a kind of amiable absurdity.”
Dorothy L. Sayers, Gaudy Night

Jim Benton
“Things Isabella Wouldn't Care About:
- Titanic sinking again.
- Metror striking Earth and landing directly on top of world's most innocent panda.
- Titanic sinking again and this time the entire crew is puppies.”
Jim Benton, Okay, So Maybe I Do Have Superpowers

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

Julie Klam
“Puppies are constantly inventing new ways to be bad. It's fascinating. You come into a room they've been in and see pieces of debris and try to figure out what you had that was made from wicker or what had been stuffed with fluff.”
Julie Klam, You Had Me at Woof: How Dogs Taught Me the Secrets of Happiness

Jane Thayer
“I'm not alone," said the boy. "I've got a puppy.”
Jane Thayer, The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy

Tessa Adams
“And since Logan didn’t seem the least bit antisocial . . .
“You don’t have to look like that, you know. I haven’t kicked a puppy in at least a decade.”
Tessa Adams, Forbidden Embers

Julie Kenner
“No, I wanna go kick puppies," she retorted.”
Julie Kenner, Torn

Robin McKinley
“Stop it. This is me, remember? We've been thrown up by the same puppies. - Ossin”
Robin McKinley, Deerskin

Charlotte Huang
“I wish I lived in your world, where it's sunshine and puppies all the time.”
Charlotte Huang, Going Geek

“And I figured that he can be my ears and I can be his eyes. A good trade-off, don't you think?”
Alison Jackson

Don  Sullivan
“There's a world of difference between a dog that is off the leash and a dog that is trained to be off the leash.”
Don Sullivan

Jean Donaldson
“So what is the fallout for dogs of the Lassie myth? As soon as you bestow intelligence and morality, you bestow the responsibility that goes along with them. In other words, if the dog knows it’s wrong to destroy furniture yet deliberately and maliciously does it, remembers the wrong he did and feels guilt, it feels like he merits a punishment2, doesn’t it? That’s just what dogs have been getting - a lot of punishment. We set them up for all kinds of punishment by overestimating their ability to think. Interestingly, it’s the “cold” behaviorist model that ends up giving dogs a much better crack at meeting the demands we make of them. The myth gives problems to dogs they cannot solve and then punishes them for failing. And the saddest thing is that the main association most dogs have with that punishment is the presence of their owner. This puts a pretty twisted spin on loooving dogs ‘cause they’re so smart, doesn’t it?”
Jean Donaldson, The Culture Clash

E.A. Bucchianeri
“Finally, Charlie gave up the hunt and placed (the puppy) back on the floor, dispatching fleas was not his idea of a romantic evening, unless you happened to be a twisted exterminator, he thought.”
E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly

Thea Harrison
“If your life is a blank page, that only means you have room to write your story. You have the power to tell that story the way you want to.”
Thea Harrison, Liam Takes Manhattan

Kerry Greenwood
“This was cheering. The real world was still there, it still contained puppies being puppies and cats being cats.”
Kerry Greenwood, Raisins and Almonds

Thea Harrison
“Kids these days," Dragos said quietly. "They grow up so fast."
"Supersonic fast," Pia said just as quietly.”
Thea Harrison, Liam Takes Manhattan

Andrew Peterson
“I'll put her in charge of the puppies. I've twelve this week that need tending. How does that suit you?"

Leeli's mouth hung open. She tried to say something but instead crumpled to the floor. She had fainted with joy.”
Andrew Peterson, The Monster in the Hollows

Yohai Reuben
“And so I learned by observation, interaction, and experience - as well as active study and research - growing up and throughout my life how to understand dog-psychology, how to behave around dogs, and how to physically handle them (without fear or worry of being bitten) if/when necessary. I've had both good and bad experiences with countless dogs thus yielding many lessons learned as well as useful insights which will be shared with you throughout the course of this book.”
Yohai Reuben, Sadie the German Shepherd Dog Puppy: How to House-Train your GSD without a Crate

Yohai Reuben
“This book is divided into chapters, though not in the traditional chapter division of subject matters. This is because this book also serves as a photojournal of moments from Sadie's first few months of life documented here in dated photos. Thus subsequent chapters after the first are divided into chapters by the date of the photos taken - mostly weekly every seven days on the weekly anniversary (Tuesday) of her birth. Another reason that I have done this is because training a GSD puppy from the age of 4 weeks 5 days entirely on my own has been a “sink or swim” type of learning experience for me, and I would like you to experience with me the raising of Sadie (and the learning/realization of things as I learned/realized them) here in this photojournal if at all possible.”
Yohai Reuben, Sadie the German Shepherd Dog Puppy: How to House-Train your GSD without a Crate

Yohai Reuben
“I am going to share with you the very essential (yet very simple) philosophies, strategies, tactics, techniques, tips, and tricks that you need to know to successfully and quickly house-train as well as instill obedience in your GSD puppy – even if you receive your puppy earlier than the recommended 8-week earliest recommended safe age (as I did) for separation of a puppy from his/her mother and siblings. Understanding dog-psychology is simple and there are only a few essential (yet very simple) things that you need to understand – but you need to understand them well! The photojournal format makes it conducive to offer helpful tactics, techniques, tips, and tricks that can be accompanied by illustrative photos (when necessary) that are spread throughout the book.”
Yohai Reuben, Sadie the German Shepherd Dog Puppy: How to House-Train your GSD without a Crate

“A cat's purr and a puppies wet nose are just two of the things that make my day enjoyable.”
Anthony T.Hincks

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