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I have an older English bulldog, Tami.
He’s a bit of a worrier, but he’s always been a good friend.
He comes over to me to play when he’s tired and I always take him to the vet, and I’ll bring him to lunch whenever I get home from work.
But he’s also been a bit wary of strangers.
Tami is a bit on the shy side, but she’s also really smart and very loyal.
So whenever we’re having lunch with my partner, we often get together.
Taniel was a bit shy, but I have no doubt that he would have been the one to get me through it.
I was a little bit nervous too, because Taniel is very, very smart, but also very, extremely shy.
And I knew I had to take her out on her own to the veterinarian, but after a while she was really comfortable with me and we did it.
And then she’s been a really good friend, always coming over and helping me out with my homework.
So we’ve had lots of fun with her.
I’m really grateful for the care and love she’s given me.
I have a new baby, but we’re going to keep her home for now and we’ll see how that goes.
My dogs are all fine, but Taniel’s a little anxious at first.
She was definitely a little hesitant, but when she’s more comfortable with her friends, she gets a little calmer.
So that’s why she’s the first dog to go over to the clinic.
And she’s a very intelligent dog.
I just want to thank you for being so kind and for bringing Taniel into our family.
Tania is a little shy, and when she sees people she’s not afraid to jump on them and chase them around.
She’s a really loving, sweet dog, and she loves going to the park and playing.
I don’t know what kind of advice to give to other dog owners, but hopefully it’s helpful to you.
But she’s still a great dog and she’ll be fine, too.
I think if we keep the same routine and keep them close to us, we should be fine.
But for Taniel, I would really like to see him go out with her more often.
He has a very special bond with her, and it’s something I want him to be able to continue.
But I want to make sure we’re getting enough exercise so that he can get the most out of his training.
But hopefully Taniel will grow out of that shyness and love for Tami and be able go out and do her job.