I am not intentionally tardy, but when I am, it is always my dog who greets me with a happy dance no matter how late I walk in the door. And I know this is true for most wives.
Even though my husband unfailingly shows gratitude when I give him a gift, he isn't likely to throw himself on the floor to show his appreciation. But our furry friends certainly have no problem responding in shamelessly thankful ways that make us smile and warm our hearts.
Whether I'm giddy over finding the perfect sports bra or jumping for joy over a friend's engagement, my dog never responds with a lack of enthusiasm. Talk excitedly and your dog will share your excitement with lots of tongue- and tail-wagging.
When you find your dog piled up on the newly made bed while you’re sweating through a late morning of vacuuming the house, you’re more likely to give your pup a sweet hug than tell him to get up and grab a dust cloth. (Your husband probably doesn’t get off the hook as easily.)
Dogs are ever eager to exercise, even if it involves funny poses or funky dance moves. Our husbands, perhaps, not so much. Upward dog, anyone?
Though husbands may not share every thought and feeling, dogs are rarely at a loss for words.
I may not be a stand-up comedienne but you’d never know that by the way my dog loves to hear my jokes. If your husband doesn’t get your sense of humor, share it with your pup.
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