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    My Dacshund Labrador Dog : MIGGY


    MIGGY is 1year of age now and he is very important to me because when I am so stressed and he know that his family/ owner is there he will run very quick and jump to my lap , hug me , lick my legs and arms and I feel that he is saying that "hello have a good day ,be happy always think positive and my stress gone. Every morning he will go to our bed and wake up us by barking and it's funny because he want to jump to us but he can't because my mother get mad of him because miggy is very stubborn and my mother don't want miggy to enter our room because of his fur and it's kind a cute because miggy reacts with a happy face and barking , talking like a human (not literally) just like murmuring and run around and round.

    Last month he got sick and he is very tired, don't want to eat. I don't know what to do and I try to get him some medicine but he hide like a child because he know that he will drink some medicine. I am so sad because I think that he will die and I don't want to happen that and I pray. After 10 days in morning he run and waking up us barking like an energetic dog and I feel so happy because he came back and just like the old times. He become more energetic and stubborn and a very affectionate dog.

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