A writer for The Guardian shared how her doggo helped her to be more responsible and decided to write a new book and have another baby. The doggo, a Staffordshire Terrier, was adopted seven years ago.
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– A writer decided to get a dog when she was 33.
– From then on, everything in her life changed.
– She will soon be a second-time mom and has already written a book.
The writer, Chitra Ramaswamy, shared that when she first had her doggo, her friends thought she was not ready. Seven years later, with a son, a baby on the way, and a book, she still has the same doggo by her side. Ramaswamy was 33 when she first had her doggo and she said that although she was living a great life, she wanted something else. Two weeks from when she traveled and saw a couple with their baby and their dog, she found a doggo in a foster home. They decided to adopt the doggo as it was recently saved from being euthanized.
Since getting the doggo, Ramaswamy said that she has been getting a lot of great changes, both major and minor in her life. Ramaswamy added, “It would be foolish to suggest that a dog is responsible for the life I lead now. Yet, like a dog carrying a stick to its owner, what she brought into my life was the reward of responsibility.”
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