Definitely! One of my children stayed in my home and babysat my miniature schnauzer, Baby, while I was away for a month. I missed her terribly. She is just like one of my kids! I would call home and my daughter would put the receiver up to Baby's ear and I would talk to her. She would get all excited just to hear my voice!
Yes, I do! They miss me too, especially my female dachshund becomes extremely depressed.
Yes of course I miss them! That's the best part of coming home from a trip, is seeing my pets... and they are just as happy to see me!
Yes. My chihuahua actually gets separation anxiety. He won't eat until I get home.
by Takako Komori 6 years ago
Can you have pets if you think you'll be away on vacation once or twice a year for a few days?In your opinion, which of these are the best pets to have if you think you'll be away for a few days once or twice a year for vacation? Cats, dogs (probably not), birds, hamsters, beetles.
by Catherine Tally 4 years ago
What do you do with your pets while on vacation?Do you prefer round the clock care, or are you okay with a daily check-in?
by Besarien 2 years ago
Of all the pets that have shared your life over the years, which do you miss the most and why?I miss our last cat the most. He was a Bombay and not the least bit aloof as many of our cats have been. We lost him summer before last to intestinal cancer. He was very social and loved to snuggle. He...
by Susan Holland 2 years ago
Do you know a Christian who has pushed you away from the faith?
by ngureco 7 years ago
Why Does Man Shy Away From Keeping His Closest Relatives, Apes, As Pets Instead Of Dogs?
by charlene4 6 years ago
We see it all the time, "FREE TO GOOD HOME". These are the pets we later find malnourished, diseased, abused, and sometimes dead. If a person is looking for a free pet, it's probably because they have no money! Most times, these pets don't get fed, don't get Vet checkups, are abused, left...
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