Better Than A Doorbell?

It’s not her fault she isn’t trained just right,  but she’ll love and protect us all day and all night.

Her bark may not – scare you away, instead she’ll want you to stay and play.

She’s cuddly and warm, so loveable too, ready for a car ride, right on cue.

She’ll play with us all and sit on our knee, no doubt about it part of our family.

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5 thoughts on “Better Than A Doorbell?

    • Neither did I. Had fun writing it; we get so frustrated with her at times and so many other times we’re grateful she was there to let us know something required attention. Thanks for noticing! 🙂

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