Journal Pets: Ova dva psa neizmjerno uživaju u životu i u bijegu od stvarnosti sa svojim vlasnicima

Negdje u pustinji savezne države Utah, postoji jedan veliki narančasti kombi koji putuje brdovitim terenom. U njemu se nalaze jedan muškarac, jedna žena i njihova dva najslađa psa koje ste ikada vidjeli. Oni su obitelj Madia. Par koji je zajedno još od srednje škole, Brianna i Keith, te njihovi psi Dagwood i Bucket, a ovo je njihova priča.

Nekonvencionalna obitelj s druge strane spektra glamura

Ovoj nekonvencionalnoj obitelji se svakodnevno divi Brianinih skoro 300 tisuća followera na Instagramu. Oni svakako žive na drugom kraju spektra glamura. Prakticiraju jednostavnost i ekološku osviještenost životom u svom narančastom Fordu E350 iz 1990. godine. Međutim, nije uvijek sve u ovim uvjetima jednostavno. Od spavanja na parkiralištima shopping centara do recikliranja prljave odjeće. Za takvu vrstu života potrebna je i drugačija vrsta strpljenja da biste s veseljem iskoristili i sve njegove prednosti istraživanja i putovanja. Njene fotografije i opisi fotografija odvode vas u neki drugi svijet, a to nam je često svima potrebno kako bi predahnuli od svakodnevnog stresa i živciranja.

„Nikad ne ostavljajte pse za sobom“

Za mene, ne postoji puno mjesta koje vrijedi posjetiti ili stvari koje vrijedi učiniti ako ne mogu povesti svoje pse sa sobom. Psi su toliko nevjerojatno prisutni u svakom trenutku i svakom danu i svakom iskustvu da to postaje zarazno kada svaki budni trenutak provodite s njima. Počnete vidjeti radost i u najmanjim stvarima, u najjednostavnijim stvarima i dugujem to svojim psima. Stoga mi se čini poštenim pružiti im najljepši mogući život“, rekla je Brianna za nulo.com.

Briana i Keith imaju moto: „Nikad ne ostavljajte pse za sobom“, pa njihova četveročlana obitelj uvijek zajedno odlazi u avanture. Bez obzira na to radi li se o maženju tijekom hladne noći u pustinji ili šetnji kroz zidove kanjona, Bucket i Dagwood su tamo. Oni lutaju pustinjom, trče uz Berthu, pješače, zakopavaju kosti i love pustinjska stvorenja. Najsretniji su kad mogu slobodno istraživati, a u nastavku možete vidjeti kako izgledaju njihove avanture.

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The only house Dagwood’s never pooped in…

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The happiest little fern 🧡

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People ask me a lot…do you think Bucket and Dagwood know how good they have it? Of course it’s a compliment and of course I love to hear it…but at the core of that question lays the very reason that I love dogs so much. Even if they did know, they probably wouldn’t care to compare. Our dogs find joy in absolutely everything and that’s what makes them too pure for this world. I don’t look to Bucket and Dagwood each day and expect them to understand the life I’ve given them. I look to them to try and understand the life they’ve given me.

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The perils of having a high maintenance dog…

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“I’ll carry him,” I gasped, bursting the silence of the hospital room. He’ll be paralyzed, the doctors said. He’ll be incontinent, they said. That’s if he even survives…and he likely won’t, they said. “I’ll carry him,” I pleaded, “I’ll just carry him…” It wasn’t that our doctors didn’t want to try. They simply wanted us to understand how severely disabled our dog was going to be. “Is he in pain?” Keith asked through tears. “We can manage pain,” they said, “we just need to think about quality of life.” I understood their hesitations. They didn’t know us. They didn’t know that our whole world, our every day revolved around those dogs. We were just a couple folks who came careening into their parking lot in absolute terror. They didn’t know that I’d carried him before. I carried him when the sand was too hot, when the cactuses were too thick… I carried him down 60 foot rappels and through narrow flooded canyons. I carried him when he was tired and I carried him when I was tired… So in my head, it made perfect sense. I’d just carry him. No legs, three legs, diaper-bound…it didn’t matter. Now, don’t get me wrong, what those doctors did for him…what you all did for him…it was incredible. His recovery is nothing short of medically miraculous. By all accounts, he *should* have been paralyzed or incontinent or three-legged. He’s none of those things. And that’s still hard to wrap our minds around. But, for the record, I just felt like I needed to say it. I would have carried him.

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