You always think ahead.
If you’re headed out on a long walk, you take some snacks, a travel water bowl and extra poop bags along. If you see a threat in the form of an anthill, you guide your pup the other way. You always have their best interest top of mind so that you can keep them happy and safe.
You keep your cool when things get wild.
If you have a puppy who’s rough-housing or a dog who loves to chase every squirrel in sight, you know how to roll with the punches and regain control of the situation—even if it takes a few minutes.
Quick-thinker is your middle name.
You can’t always see what’s coming, whether it’s an unexpected trip to the vet or an out-of-nowhere race to untangle leashes with the not-so friendly neighbor dog. But you handle the everyday surprises like a pro.
You know when to laugh.
No matter your best efforts, things don’t always go as planned—and as a mom, you know that’s OK! If the sit command is turning into a semi-squat, at least they mastered a new, unique trick! And if you can’t get your pet to sit still for their Mother’s Day portrait, then take an action shot.
Being a great mom takes being there for your pet through it all—and that’s why you’ll always be the best in their eyes. So be sure to celebrate being a dog mom this Mother's Day. You've earned it!
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