Just like people often find it difficult to adapt themselves in different places, amidst different people, different surroundings and a different climate, dogs also feel the same.
When Dan Molinski decided to migrate from South America to Dallas, he was worries about the change in lifestyle, not for himself but for his two beloved pet dogs – Sunny and Sasha.
Both the dogs had enjoyed an adventure-seeking lifestyle in South America and he worried that they would find the life in American suburbs downright boring.
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But when the dogs came to Dallas, both of them adapted to the new environment wonderfully and found something exciting to keep busy. Sasha chased squirrels while Sunny enjoyed the wind.
I moved to Venezuela with Sunny in 2009, and spent two years there. Sunny’s least favorite day was each Sunday, when then-President Hugo Chavez would host his “Hello, Presidente” TV show.
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As a news reporter, I had to faithfully sit inside my house and listen and write as the late Mr. Chavez would speak for hours upon hours, often announcing important news in between rambling about whatever popped into his head. Whenever Sunny heard the Socialist leader’s unmistakable voice on TV, she crawled under the bed and moped, knowing a trip to the park would be long-delayed.
Read more – Dan Molinski wrote this wonderful article on: http://blogs.wsj.com/expat/