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I take my dogs' and cats' personalities into account when I show my love for them.
Neeko. Neeko is confident, outgoing, and sometimes stubborn. She likes to be near me, but isn't overly affectionate. I show her love by taking her on outings, car rides, and other adventures, including exploring the creek, pond, and woods on my property.
Bruce-Despite what many might think, Bruce is incredibly affectionate. He is also very food-motivated, and loves treats. Bruce doesn't enjoy adventures as much as Neeko or Faolan, preferring his backyard or leaning against me. I show him love with physical affection, treats, and one-on-one time.
Faolan-My sweet little boy LOVES meeting new people and dogs, goodies, and affection. There isn't much that doesn't make him happy. I show him love by taking him places that allow him to interact with others. And car rides. He loves car rides.
Juice-Juice is the elder pet of my crew. She is affectionate on her own terms, and loves her food. One way I show her (and Noelle) love is by feeding them high-quality grain-free pet food, including Chicken Soup for the Soul pet food. As one can tell from the top photo, she is obviously enjoying it.
Noelle-Noelle is my super sweet, shy girl. She is really affectionate, always willing to cuddle. All I have to do is get comfortable, and she quickly makes herself comfortable on me. She is also quite the huntress, so I show her love with interactive toys.
One way I love my pets everyday is by feeding them quality food. I often say (in reference to humans) "Food is love." For my dogs, it is a raw diet. For my cats, I choose natural cat food.
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Do you take your pets' individual personalities into account when you show them love? How do you love your pets?