“Life lessons my dogs have taught me” by Dr. Teders





Animals have their own wisdom to bestow on us humans.  Here’s what close contact with dogs has taught Animal Hospital of Richmond’s own Dr. Teders:

1. Even if all you do is chase your own tail all day long, it’s best to have a good sense of humor about it.

2. Always be enthusiastic to see everybody. They might have snacks.

3. Sometimes you have to dig a pretty big hole to find a small treasure.

4. You don’t understand the concept of “stubborn” until you’ve tried reasoning with a Jack Russell terrier.

5. The quantity of the noise you make is oftentimes inversely proportional to the quality.

6. Sometimes just quietly being present for someone else can be worth far more than any words could ever be.

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