Prof Grace Rocha
Writing 10 Section 29
March 18, 2013
A Best Friend is Man’s Best Friend
Dogs have been known to be “Man’s Best Friend” for thousands of years. More commonly known to be man’s best friends are dogs, rather than cats and any other animal. Most people consider a best friend as someone who is there for you when you are sad or lonely, when you need someone to talk, cry, or laugh, however a man’s best friend is all the same and more. Dog’s today are referred as man’s best friend because they are loyal, faithful, intuitive, trust worthy and loveable. They are animals that people get really attached to as if they were another human being, a best friend that is closer than any other being.
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She would not stop jumping at me as she tried to lick my face. It’s like she thought I had left her for good. Man’s best friends are always there when you need them, they are faithful animals. Even though they do something bad and you get upset at them and start to yell, later on they’ll come back showing they want to apologize and that’s because dogs are naturally affectionate. Their instincts is to want to bond to someone. They are always at your side. They give you love, friendship, and their presence. I have had few experiences with my dog Daisy who usually gets in trouble for doing something that she shouldn’t be doing. More recently she did her business next to fire place in our living room. When my mom noticed she yelled at Daisy. She knew she did wrong because she slowly walked into the garage with her dead down and her tail between her legs. After a couple of hours of being in the garage and when no one was looking, Daisy slowly walked back into the house. She usually curls herself into a ball in between the blankets on the couch but when my mom is on the couch she usually prefers my mom’s side. This time it was no different. She wound up curled into my mom the very person who had yelled at her as if nothing had happened. They naturally don’t hold resentment to those that love and care for them the most, they would preferably protect them.
Dogs are intuitive; especially those with a close