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Monday, June 06, 2011

for some reason with sadie turning 2 in a few months I have started to have MAJOR MAJOR anxiety and I dont know whats causing it or why its started again Im feeling anxiety about my dogs whether Im walking them playing with them enough they run around in the yard with their tennis balls for a long while theyd rather play with the balls than take their walks.
and for some reason I am feeling guilty about playing with sadie more paying her more attention than ruffy they are 4 yrs apart and I guess him being 6 and slightly overweight IDK I am feeling the empty next syndrome and I know I know thats ridiculous.. right?? hes the older one and I am very very very protective of him I worry about him all the time eversince he was little and I dont know why sadie I love her shes my girl Ive always always wanted a female dog ( weve only ever had male) so when we got her I was ecstatic but even though shes made ruffy more enegetic and less lonely ( he and I were both so lonely before her) I am feeling guilty and I dont know how to explain it or stop it.. is this natural normal??
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BABY_GIRL69 6/8/2011 7:37PM

    Well, I was more in love with last dog Maxx who passed away. We got another dog & while I love him its not the same. I should've waited but I was lonely & wanted another doggie. I got one now I am trying to be more active. Especially since my son will be going college & I will need to walk him more.....God bless & don't feel bad. Its like with children, you have to have special time for all of them & compartmentalize. . .lol

God bless & good luck!

Dee

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TRACYZABELLE 6/7/2011 4:43AM

    We ahve 3 kitties and I like my boys becuase they are more lovey than the girl but with the dogs we had growoing up the female was always nicer than the boys! Go figure!

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