Lucy and Emerson

Meet Lucy the four-year-old Bernese Mountain Dog and Emerson the one-year-old Great Dane. 

 

 

 

 

What do Lucy and Emerson mean to you?

My dogs mean absolutely everything to me, they truly are the centre of my universe.
I spend as much time with them as possible, whether we are hiking, walking, playing ball or just relaxing ~ we’re almost always together!
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What is the silliest thing they have ever done?

The silliest thing Lucy has ever done is when she held a squeaker toy shaped as a mouth perfectly!
The silliest thing Emerson has ever done is harder to pinpoint because he is really dopey! He falls off the bed and trips over his feet all the time.
I would have to narrow it down to when he was a puppy and his giant ears covered his eyes and he would run into EVERYTHING! 
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If you could ask them one question, what would it be and why?

If I could ask my dogs one thing I would ask Lucy if she actually enjoys the dog park. She always gets super excited in the parking lot, but will never play!
As for Emerson I would love to know why he thinks he has to be in the same room as me 24/7.
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What is involved in caring for two dogs?

Caring for two large breed dogs requires a lot of patience, time, and money. Emerson is still very much a puppy, so he eats 3 meals a day and requires a decent amount of exercise to be tired.
Lucy requires less time, but more patience due to the fact that she is very stubborn and hard-headed. 
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What do you think it means to be a pet owner?

I think being a pet owner is one of the most wholesome things you can do in life.
Having a pet depend on you for almost everything is stressful, but their unconditional love truly makes up for it all.
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What is your favourite feature on Petbar?

My favourite thing about Petbar is that it’s all about animals all the time! I love watching everyone’s silly moments.
Emerson even enjoys watching them! 
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