Dogs Make House Feel Like Home
Recently, I acquired a Navajo native blanket at a local aboriginal pow wow in Ontario. It’s something that I’ve been wanting to do for many years in order to fill a large space in my living room wall that I have reserved for it. When I took a photo of it after it was all hung, I decided to include my Lhasa Apso dogs Chester and Roxie into the shot shown above.
The photo was intended to show how a wall hanging such as a native blanket could warm up a room as part of my special interest website in native aboriginal Indian art. But sure enough, the inclusion of my dogs also demonstrated that pets have the ability to warm up a room even further. The combination of both the Navajo blanket wall hanging as well as my dogs really made my living room look like a warm, cozy home.
The photo now shows a place that one would love to come back to since it’s home and also a place to invite guests over. This is a bit of a contrast to some countries like Honduras where I visited in the spring. There, dogs stay outside of homes day and night. Here where I live, our dogs live with us inside our homes and this photo shows that.
Our pets are part of our homes.
By the way, if you would like free ebooks on native aboriginal art, go to my special interest website called Free Spirit Gallery.