Best 517 of Dogs quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nitya Prakash

I wonder if dogs have the word 'hate' in their barcabulary...

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sir Winston Churchill

I like pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Alan Brennert

marveled at how two souls - two completely different species - could make each other so happy. If you were kind to animals, they repaid that kindness a thousandfold. People disappointed; animals never did.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mike Dowling

We have a saying in K9: "If you put three dog handlers in a room, the only thing that two of them will agree on is that the third is wrong.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Patricia Grasso

Do not feed that beggar. Hamlet, lie down.” The dog ignored her. “Down,” Viktor ordered, his deep voice stern. The dog whined and then lay down. The prince looked at her. “You need to be more forceful.” “I suppose my forcefulness will improve once my voice changes. Sopranos get no respect.

By Anonym 19 Sep

M. K. Clinton

The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as a dog.

By Anonym 16 Sep

M. K. Clinton

I always say, the time you spend with your dog makes the difference in a great dog or a crate dog.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Caroline Knapp

Dogs possess a quality that's rare among humans--the ability to make you feel valued just by being you--and it was something of a miracle to me to be on the receiving end of all that acceptance. The dog didn't care what I looked like, or what I did for a living, or what a train wreck of a life I'd led before I got her, or what we did from day to day. She just wanted to be with me, and that awareness gave me a singular sensation of delight. I kept her in a crate at night until she was housebroken, and in the mornings I'd let her up onto the bed with me. She'd writhe with joy at that. She'd wag her tail and squirm all over me, lick my neck and face and eyes and ears, get her paws all tangled in my braid, and I'd just lie there, and I'd feel those oceans of loss from my past ebbing back, ebbing away, and I'd hear myself laugh out loud.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ambrose Bierce

DOG: A kind of additional or subsidiary Diety designed to catch the overflow or surplus of the world's worship.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Victoria Carless

Dogs can tell you stuff without saying anything.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Denis Johnson

Harold's Bow and Food Bowl bowl bowl bowl Food food food food The miracle of the heavenly restaurant I mouth this great dark sad evening Suddenly they come for me in a limousine How could I have believed I was vanquished I never lay slain I am the victor this parade is for me Now they have led me to the doors of God Long ago and forever I was in this place on the other side of eating where I am full and the empty bowl is beautiful -- from Unleashed: Poems by Writers' Dogs

By Anonym 17 Sep

Merrill Markoe

Maybe this is kind of cliche, but animals, well, dogs, are what I do for a living. One reason I like spending time with them so much is they seem to think people are really good. They live with us, and obey our rules, most of which make no sense to them. And the main reason they do it is because they like us. When I watch them, sometimes I'm so blow away by how enthusiastic they are about everything we do that I have to go out and buy them something squeaky or chewy. Just because I love proving to them that it's not a mistake to see the world as a great benevolent place. I hope one day to react to something with as much pure ecstasy as I see in Chuck's face every time I throw the ball. Sometimes he looks so happy, it reminds me of the way blind people smile way too big because they can't see themselves. And if none of this links to anything in you, well... I think you don't know who I am.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Morse

Having another creature absolutely committed to me is a big boost to my ego, makes me feel like the king of my castle. But its no way for a dog to live.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sami Abouzid

Remember those Nights When No One Was There For You But Your Dog

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marshall Ramsay

I had a dream about you last night... in it, we wondered why dogs come in packs but you can't pack dogs.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Terry Bain

When they are away, you will often look for the baby doll, but it is not always there, where it is supposed to be, where you left it. Sometimes The Baby moves it, or she takes it with her, and you have to settle for some other toy. You bring it into the living room and set it between your paws as you sleep. It helps you believe that one day you might be a real mother.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michael A. Ferro

A dog only got hurt if its love was repudiated, intentional or not, though it never had long to feel true sorrow in response because it never held its love back, regardless of reciprocation; the dog just tried to love you more. No other distractions such as work, home, friendships, or lovers—just the insistence of undying and unwavering affection in the truest sense of the word—asking for only a fraction of what it gave.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Delaware

He ran from one side of the cage, and then back again, which was not very far. It was far only if you were a puppy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jerry Spinelli

It is like the panting of a thousand puppies.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Chris Fabry

A black pit bull barreled against the fence, jaws dripping with saliva, viciously barking like Old Yeller after the hydrophobia kicked in.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jim Butcher

[Mouse is] with us. The dog is a handicap-assist animal." The kid lifted his eyebrows. "My mouth is partially paralyzed," I said. "It makes it hard for me to read. He's here to help me with the big words. Tell me if I'm supposed to push or pull on doors, that kind of thing.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Victor Hugo

Vénérons le chien. Le chien (quel drôle de bête!), a sa sueur sur sa langue et son sourire dans sa queue.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Elizabeth Eiler

Throughout Mesoamerica it was a common belief that a dog carried the soul of a newly deceased person across a body of water. According to the Aztecs, the first level of the Underworld was a place called Apanoayan (where one crosses the river) or Itzcuintlan (the Place of Dogs).

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bruno Schulz

Nimrod began to understand that what he was experiencing was, in spite of its appearance of novelty, something which had existed before–many times before. His body began to recognize situations, impressions, and objects. In reality, none of there astonished him very much. Faced with new circumstances, he would dip into the fount of his memory, the deep-seated memory of the body, would search blindky and feverishly, and often find ready made within himself a suitable reaction: the wisdom of generations, deposited in his plasma, in his nerves. He found actions and decisions of which he had not been aware but which had been lying in wait, ready to emerge.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Dan Gemeinhart

Dogs die. But dogs live, too. Right up until they die, they live. They live brave, beautiful lives. They protect their families. And love us. And make our lives a little brighter. And they don't waste time being afraid of tomorrow.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Rosenfelt

Harriet resisted, until Tara pulled out the big move...the combination "lean-against nuzzle, with a slight lick and an adoring glance." In dog-land the move had a degree of difficulty of nine point seven, and as far as I know, there is no known defense against it.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Tom Cox

One of the good things about cats is that, unlike dogs, they don’t come up to you in the street and try to have sex with your leg.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Dean Koontz

Years later, after other experiences with dogs, I wondered if their species were shaped and charmed to serve as four-legged guides able to assist in leading humanity back to our first—and lost—home. By the example of their joy and humility, by wanting nothing more than food and play and love, by the deep satisfaction that they take from those humble things, they belie all creeds of power and fame. Although they have the teeth to tear, it is by swish of tail and yearning eyes that they most easily get what they want.

By Anonym 20 Sep

J. Wesley Porter

When the puppy licked my hand, we all knew he was the one for us

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ross Macdonald

A few languid clouds moved inland over our heads. A little high plane was gamboling among them like a terrier in a henyard.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Rodney Ulyate

You don't know how shallow you are, or how narcissistic, until you acquire a facial scar. On the plus side, it's so situated as to make me look tough and worldly. On the downside, I'm never kissing my dog again.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Nayomi Munaweera

We play hide-and-seek, wade into her ponds to fill jam jars with writhing tadpoles, and cavort with her pack of dogs, named Brandy, Whiskey, Lager, so that just calling the pack makes one feel light-headed and drunk.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ann Beattie

Nothing is so lovely as a quietly snoring dog and some evening Brahms, as you sit in a comfortably overstuffed chair with your feet on the footstool.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Colleen M. Flanagan

Most of us humans have no idea how stressful any change is for animals.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Blaise Pascal

This dog is mine," said those poor children; "that is my place in the sun." Here is the beginning and the image of the usurpation of all the earth.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Thomas Keneally

The dogs were really keening now, like Irish widows.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kay Frydenborg

And the olfactory part of a dog’s brain is forty times larger than a human’s; depending on the breed, a dog can have up to 300 million olfactory receptors in his nose, compared to about 6 million in ours. Even with that extreme superiority in equipment, dogs don’t merely smell a superstrong version of what we smell (or don’t smell); instead, they can perceive multiple layers of smell, which gives dogs a far greater range of information.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Craig Davidson

Did you know that the Russians sent dogs into space? My mother told me this when I was a boy. Nobody knew the effects of space on a body, you see, so they sent dogs first. They found two little mongrels on the streets of Moscow. Pchelka, which means Little Bee, and Mushka, which means Little Fly. They went up in Sputnik 6. They were supposed to get into orbit and come right back. But the rockets misfired and shot them into space. Whenever I look at the night sky, I think about those dogs. Wearing these hand-stitched spacesuits, bright orange, with their paws sticking out. Big fishbowl helmets. How… crazy. Floating out and out into space. How bewildered they must have been, dying from oxygen deprivation. For what? They would have happily spent their days rummaging through trashcans. For all anyone knows these dogs are still out there. Two dead mongrels in a satellite. Two dog skeletons in silly spacesuits. Gleaming dog skulls inside fishbowl helmets. They’ll spin through the universe until they burn up in the atmosphere of an uncharted planet. Or get sucked into a black hole to be crushed into a ball of black matter no bigger than an ant turd.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Terry Pratchett

Cats, Dog considered, were clearly a lot tougher than lost souls. He was looking forward to a further cat experiment, which he'd planned would consist of jumping around and yapping excitedly as it. It was a long shot, but it might just work.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tracy Weber

Don’t get me wrong. I like dogs. I love them, in fact. It’s their human counterparts I could sometimes do without.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mary Oliver

Be prepared. A dog is adorable and noble. A dog is a true and loving friend. A dog is also a hedonist.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Courtney Milan

The dog looked up in entreaty. Liquid brown eyes begged: Take me with you. I’ll be good. Oh, the lies that dogs told.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Molly Ringle

And he had a dog, a nice dog. He couldn’t be too evil or dangerous if he had such a great dog.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Danielle Steel

Whatever we decide we don't want in life (whether it's dating, houses, neighborhoods, jobs, partners, or dogs), the fates usually intervene to open our eyes and prove us wrong.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Renata Bowers

But they never again passed up the opportunity to read a good book, together.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Grogan

A dog judges others not by their color or creed or class but by who they are inside. A dog doesn't care if you are rich or poor, educated or illiterate, clever or dull. Give him your heart and he will give you his.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mary Oliver

Percy and Books Percy does not like it when I read a book. He puts his face over the top of it, and moans. He rolls his eyes, sometimes he sneezes. The sun is up, he says, and the wind is down. The tide is out, and the neighbor's dogs are playing. But Percy, I say, Ideas! The elegance of language! The insights, the funniness, the beautiful stories that rise and fall and turn into strength, or courage. Books? says Percy. I ate one once, and it was enough. Let's go.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. A. Uner

We don't need guns, we got dogs!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Dogs were not loyal but servile, that cats were opportunists and traitors,

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ted Kerasote

And so what do dogs want? They want what they want when they want it. Just like us.