Can a dog teach us anything? Loki my rescue dog is roughly a year and a month old. He and his stepsister came into our lives out of a moment of weakness. So new puppies are great right, RIGHT, well Loki, the subject here has been a blessing in disguise. At first, he was precious and well behaved, did well at lessons. Something happened. My sweet new pup had become reactive, a term unknown to me until the dog trainer explained, scared of everything. Now the dog I had hoped would be my walking partner would need special therapy (Don) just kidding. So, we all come upon unexpected trials in life. A reactive dog, COVID 19, untimely death. But God tells us to persevere, every day is new. It is said, dogs live in the moment, so enjoy each moment that you have. Loki, like all of us, is a work in progress, but he is full of unconditional love, love for his master.
“The dog is the most faithful of animals and would be much esteemed were it not so common. Our Lord God has made his greatest gifts the commonest.” I think God has given us a model of walking, breathing grace in these amazing creatures. Martin Luther