A Day in the Life of Roc Weiler

The life of a pup varies from home to home. Ever wonder how I spend my days? 

8:30 AM: I like to take my time waking up. I’m not really a morning dog, and let’s face it, who doesn’t love sleep!? I usually lay around and wait for my mom to wake up and take a shower before I head downstairs. I like to stay upstairs so that I can snooze for a bit and then chase the cats around the house!

9 AM: When I first wake up, I usually go potty. I’m not really that hungry in the morning (normally I like to eat in the afternoon or evening), but I do like to get treats for coming back inside!

11 AM: Any typical morning, you will probably find me following my mom around the house. I like to sit in her office and look out the window. There are all sorts of neat things happening outside! If I’m not at the window, I’m either chasing the cats around or playing with my pal Docker (he lives next door).

1 PM: Sometimes during the day, my mom likes to run errands, so I go with her! My favorite place to go is the bank, because I get treats if I’m really good! I make sure to sit quietly and look as cute as I can to make sure I get one!! 

4 PM: I love afternoons because Dad comes home, and that means a romp in the backyard!! It’s an exciting time. If it’s sunny and nice, Mom and I might meet Dad at the dog park for some fun with the gang!! 

6 PM: After playing with Dad, I’m usually tired and need a nap. I also like to eat dinner. After that, we all watch TV or just hang out until it’s time for bed.

10 PM: Bed time! I sleep in Mom and Dad’s room with a big comfy blanket. I’m usually pretty tired and excited to sleep and have more fun the next day! Night night!

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About Puppy Scents

Don and and Mindy J Kaleta, Owners of Kaleta Publishing, LLC and the books, Puppy Scents, The Kids' Guide to Puppy Care, Surviving the Puppy Stage, How to Get Inside Your Dog's Mind Without Losing Your Own. Roc is a Rottie/Golden mix pup who loves kids! By telling his story, he wants to inspire others to do their part in making the world a better place for not only kids and animals, but for everyone.
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