2- You pamper them like your child
Your dog may not have these pretty Nike tennis shoes, but he probably has a beautiful necklace, tons of toys to play with, great “schooling” and his own bed (if he doesn’t automatically climb into yours. Our dogs deserve the best, right?)
3- You are happy to pay additional security deposits
Okay, so some things can be messed up along the way during your dog’s puppy years. But you’re happy to shell out the extra dollars to have him live with you in the big rental house near the dog park. I mean, there’s even enough space for you to walk around with enough space. Of course, this will never happen because your friend will most likely be on your heels the entire time you live there.