From time to time I may enter into the store to observe all of the new puppies that are up for purchase and up for sale.
It is no secret that I am very fond of the German Shepherd breed.
On this particular visit that I had made upon last year was a very attractive white shepherd pup who inhabited one of the first cages that came into view.
The puppy was kind of big probably about six or seven months.
I went up to knock on the glass cage to get this beautiful puppy’s attention and did I catch an eye-full!
Although the young canine had been wrapped up in her own amusement at the back of the cage while taking sharp gnaws against the glass with the tips of the teeth I had been enough of an arousal to cause a distraction.
The puppy rushed to the front of the cage, now to come bite at the opposite side of the glass yet all alert puppy eyes were all on me!
I adoringly waved at the young canine. And the pup waved right back at me!
I turned to my mother and asked “Did you see that?”
“Yeah”, my mother had said nodding her head.
I then waved my hand two more times at the puppy and she waved right on back twice again by raising her left paw to rub up against the glass of the cage.
The shepherd breed never ceases to amaze me with their sharp wit and keen intellect.
This particular puppy had cost nine hundred dollars which was affordable for us at the time. The only reason I did not buy the puppy is because my landlord does not accept pets to reside at the apartment building where I currently live.
Sometimes it just seemed like pure torture.
I would think about the encounter between me and the pup and how much I would have enjoyed loving and raising the animal.
In due time that moment will come when I can afford a house or an apartment that allows these particular pets.