Christmas Poems For Dogs – Christmas Quotes about Dogs

Christmas Poems For Dogs

Goodbye Old Friend by David The Dogman – Dog Poems

Goodbye Old Friend
Short stubby legs
An ankle biter
Nipping at your heals
Exited bouncing
A noisy welcome
Happiness she feels
Pulling all the way
Walking on the lead
Heckles up for greetings
Always picking fights
With bigger dogs
Hopeless at new meetings
Reach to pet her
Hand outstretched
She covers you with slobber
Proudly protects
She listens carefully
She can�t miss a robber
Getting old
The bones now ache
(not the ones she’s chewing)
Gulps her food
She won�t miss out
Then occasionally spewing
A new friend comes
he chases her
Feeling younger now
They run around
They share in games
Just not in morning chow
Her old eyes reflect
A happy life
In a family home
A heart still young
But the legs are tired
No longer able to roam
And now she’s gone
There�s no more whining
No rubbing her soft ear
I can�t touch her
And can�t smell her
But it still feels like she�s here
Goodbye old friend


Christmas Quotes about Dogs

With a dog in your life, Christmas is going to be that much better.


Christmas is truly enhanced by the presence of a furry friend.


Christmas is so much better with man’s (or woman’s!) best friend at your side.


Watching your dog open presents on Christmas morning is a gift that cannot be measured.


Dogs are an integral part of the family.


At Christmas, the family is not complete unless the dog is present.


If your furry friend is not there on Christmas morning, it just isn’t going to feel like a holiday.


Sometimes, it is better to spend Christmas home with the dog than out with the merrymakers.


Dogs truly are able to see into our souls and remind us of the true meaning of Christmas.


Dogs help to bridge that gap between God and humanity and make Christmas more meaningful.


Even though they cannot speak in our language-or perhaps it is that we cannot speak in theirs-we know that dogs realize the true meaning of Christmas.


Every year, when you gather around the tree, you always want to have a dog by your side.


Remember, a dog is a treasure, not a Christmas gift to be ignored by the time Easter rolls around.


Do not give dogs as gifts unless the recipient has full intentions of showing this animal love and devotion for always.


Dogs are treasures, and these treasures enhance the Christmas season.


Without a dog, Christmas is going to feel a little bit empty.


Dogs will love you no matter what; therefore, they channel that eternal and undying love of Christ.

Dogs help us to better understand what Christmas is truly about.


When you’re feeling down during the holiday season, let your dog bring you those special touches of Christmas.


No matter what, Christmas will always be better with a dog by your side.


These furry friends have the power to motivate and inspire us to be better people during the Christmas season and all throughout the year.