Puppy Power


Do you know anyone who got a puppy during Quarantine? I do! Quite a few people I know actually got puppies over the past several months. I wasn't one of them. I was the crazy lady (that already had 1 dog), that decided to get 2 puppies for Christmas - one for my son and one for my daughter. (But actually both for me 😂) Why do you think so many people decided to adopt furry friends into their families the past several months? These furry companions made great distractions and provided unconditional love at a time when we could all use it the most. In fact, these furry friends often forced us to get out of our pajamas and venture outside for a breath of fresh air. Taking them for a walk for a bathroom break was a great excuse to take a break from another zoom or homeschool lesson on google. Isolation from friends and family can cause one to get lonely - but with a furry friend or two (or 3 in my case), you are sure to be less lonely. Zoom happy hours and binge-watching Tiger King can only help you beat the boredom for so long. Although I didn't get my puppies during quarantine, being cooped up in the house gave me a lot of time to train them - they sit, shake hands, walk nicely on a leash, and are potty trained. In fact, I think they will be really depressed when life goes back to being close to normal again - the kids back in school and when working from home isn't the new normal anymore. (Or they may be ready for a break from all the humans.... who knows!) Baby boom on the horizon? Maybe.... Puppies and positivity during the pandemic? No Doubt! I can't think of a better type of self-care than unconditional love. 🐶



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