Dog Quotes

Walking with my doggy is so much fun!
And she makes me laugh, she makes me run.
Licking she likes to make some good new friends,
Kindly enough with cyclists who spin with no end.
― Ana Claudia Antunes

You jumped like a frog.
You touched like a dog.
You kissed like a bird.
― Santosh Kalwar

Lions are the ones who never look back on barking dogs. ― M. Rehan Behleem

I had rather hear my dog bark at a crow, than a man swear he loves me. ― Shakespeare

Did you know that there are over three hundred words for love in canine?

Gabrielle Zevin

In the distance, mongrel dogs were howling out the coyote portion of their ancestry. All the sounds of the night seemed to pass through a hollow tunnel of indefinite length. ― Warren Eyster

Dogs are my favorite role models. I want to work like a dog, doing what I was born to do. with joy and purpose. I want to play like a dog, with total, jolly abandon. ― Martha Beck

If you look a dog in the eye too intensely, it may recite an astounding poem to you. ― Jean Genet

You can be yourself without pursuing yourself. Have you ever seen a dog chase his own tail? He runs in circles. ― Criss Jami

I’ll give you a theory: Man’s closest relative is not the chimpanzee, as the TV people believe, but is, in fact, the dog. ― Garth Stein

It’s a mad, mad world when your best friend is a dog and your second-best friend is an automatic rifle, but such was life in the Aze. ― John Green

God…sat down for a moment when the dog was finished in order to watch it…
and to know that it was good, that nothing was lacking, that it could not have been made better. ― Rainer Maria Rilke

[A dog is] a bundle of pure love, gift-wrapped in fur. ― Andrea Lochen

I neeed time by myself. I love going to my room at the end of the day. Just me and my dog. ― Selena Gomez

All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog. ― Charles M. Schulz

A person can learn a lot from a dog,
even a loopy one like ours.
Marley taught me about living each day
with unbridled exuberance and joy,
about seizing the moment
and following your heart.
He taught me to appreciate
the simple things-a walk in the woods,
a fresh snowfall,
a nap in a shaft of winter sunlight.
And as he grew old and achy,
he taught me about optimism
in the face of adversity.
Mostly, he taught me about friendship
and selflessness and, above all else,
unwavering loyalty.
― John Grogan