Faith, Trust, & Foster Pups

Helping dogs on the road to forever, forever finding ourselves as we walk that road with them.

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Love. Discover. See. Smile. Learn.


“As you go forward, one of the best things you can do is focus on what you love about your dog and discover things you can do together that you both enjoy.  Do not make the reactivity the center of your relationship and remember to always see the dog in front of you.  Your dog is not just a leash gremlin.  They are a wonderful best friend with thoughts and feelings and goofy expressions and silly habits and the ability to make you smile and teach you valuable lessons about life. And you know what?  That reactivity isn’t your dog’s fault, nor is it something they’re doing on purpose.”

– Dogs Out Loud, Leash Gremlins Need Love Too




Author: faithtrustnpups

Faith, Trust, & Foster Pups is a combination blog for animal welfare, humane education/positive training, recognizing the beautiful bond that exists between pets and their people, and other fun stuff. I share information about adoptable pets in the DC metro area, promote animal rescue and resources to support adopters and fosters, and share stories and lessons related to the dogs I care for. Much of my writing is for especially my "foster failure" with some specific fear-based issues. In an effort to help understand often wonderful, sometimes challenging dogs like him better, I learn to understand myself. Together, we share our stories, and walk together, leash in hand, and in building faith and trust within one another and within ourselves.

2 thoughts on “(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Love. Discover. See. Smile. Learn.

  1. Heart-warming snuggles! 🙂


  2. Pingback: Dear Balton: One Year In the Life of You | Faith, Trust, & Foster Pups

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