My husband and I are both very animal-lovers.
We like to walk our dogs, have fun with our cats, and try new foods.
But our most beloved pet has a lot of worries and anxieties.
I want to share with you my secret to finding peace in our daily lives and living our lives in harmony with nature.
The secret is to embrace our natural and unbridled instincts, and stop worrying and loving our animals.
I’ve had lots of positive experiences with our dogs and cats.
My dogs are always there for me, my cats are always here for me and I love them unconditionally.
But sometimes they get a little anxious.
I don’t want to let them down, so I try to make it as easy as possible for them to be comfortable.
It’s easy to be overwhelmed and feel like you’re being blamed, or you’re making them feel bad for being anxious.
So, I’ve started to do things that I thought might help my pets feel comfortable with their lives.
First, I start a daily ritual to be relaxed, to be happy, to take breaks, to spend time with them.
Then, I ask them to do a task for me.
For example, I put a dish towel in my hand and say to them, “Take that dish towel and put it on the floor.”
And they do it, and I ask, “Now, do you want me to clean the dishes or just to take care of the dishes?”
So I make the dishes clean and clean the floor clean.
And then I take a shower.
Then I go out to have a walk.
And the next day, I take them out to the park, and they’ll be there for you.
They’ll be ready to play and they can be their natural selves.
That’s what’s really special about it.
That is what I’ve learned to do with my dogs and my cats.
What I love about it is, we can be there to help them be their best selves, without us feeling bad.
When they’re feeling anxious, I can remind them that we’re here for them.
We’re here to listen and we’re there to be their partners in helping them to relax and to enjoy life.
When my husband and we were in our 60s, we got together a few times and I would say, “I love you so much, my dogs.
They are my best friends, and we love each other so much.
So I’d like to give you a little gift.”
They would be so grateful.
And so I said, “They are so happy, you know.
And they’re so happy.
We are just as much friends as they are.”
And that’s how I feel.
If we have a problem, we try to get to the root of it.
We try to understand and help them understand.
We say to our dogs or to our cats what we can do to help, but we don’t have to be the one who gets hurt.
I say, okay, we’re not going to hurt you, but please relax.
When our dogs are nervous, I’ll say, take a deep breath, and just get in the moment.
We don’t need to be yelling, we don