Category Archives: dog quotes

Doggy quote of the month for August

“The choice to adopt a pet is a big decision that comes with much responsibility but infinite return on the investment. It will undoubtedly change your life.”

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Patron of Mayhew animal welfare charity

Duchess Meghan with dog

Photo courtesy of the Royal Family Facebook page

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Doggy quote of the month for June

Doris Day quotation

Doggy quote of the month for May

“I always say, the time you spend with your dog makes the difference in a great dog or a crate dog.” 

― M.K. Clinton, author

Dog in crate

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Doggy quote of the month for April

Joaquin Phoenix quote

Doggy quote of the month for March

“The love of a dog is a pure thing.  He gives you a trust which is total.  You must not betray it.”

– Michel, Houellebecq, author

Izzy greyhound by R Sloan Photography

Doggy quote of the month for February

“Our dogs will love and admire the meanest of us, and feed our colossal vanity with the uncritical homage.”

– Agnes Repplier, American essayist (1855 – 1950)

Doggy quote of the month for January

“Heaven Is People Smiling and Dogs Playing”

– Stephen Huneck, artist, author and founder of Dog Mountain, 1948 – 2010

Izzy (Imperative) and Bergie (Jed Norton)

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Doggy quote of the month for December

Elizabeth Parker quotation dogs are not a thing

Doggy quote of the month for November

“An immaculate house is a wonderful and elegant thing, but it can also be an empty and a cold thing.  I’ll take mine with flying paws and whisking tails and eager loving looks from dark earnest eyes.  When the children go away to school, and get married and move away, there are so many little quiet corners in a house.  A bevy of Cockers and an Irish or two livens things up considerably.  It is hard to be melancholy with somebody playing leapfrog around the room.”

Gladys Taber

Glady Taber, author (1899 – 1980)

Doggy quote of the month for October

In 1859, Florence Nightingale wrote, “A small pet is an excellent companion for the sick, the long chronic cases especially.”

Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale, founder of modern nursing, 1820 – 1910