A Dog Abroad

We are obsessed with our dog. The people closest to us know that we affectionately call him “our kid”. This dog couldn’t have been luckier to be rescued by us. He eats high-quality grain-free food that’s produced in Canada (which we order online from Germany so that we didn’t have to change his diet while we are here), we had a grooming truck come monthly to our house stateside, his first plane ride was in business class, and he gets to experience life here in Dogtopia. People love their dogs here, sometimes more than their own kids! They are permitted on public transit, restaurants, shops, etc. What a lucky dog indeed!

waiting patiently for the bus
on the bus


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