I have had pets my entire life and have pet sitted for neighbors, friends, and family, ever since I was little. I love animals sometimes even more than humans. I treat each under my supervision like they are my child; with extreme care, attentiveness, love, compassion, understanding, and a growth-oriented mindset. There are very few things that can make me as happy as when I see an animal playing and having fun, making the most out of their everyday lives, which is what I will always be giving; the most.
I used to volunteer at an animal shelter when I went to school in Arizona and I can say the experience truly changed my life. I've always known that when you have a pet, your pet's life depends on you; they look to you for food, water, access to a bathroom, love, training, and so much more. Volunteering at the shelter taught me a lesson I don't think anybody or anything else could; love unconditionally. The main purpose of any pet's life, especially a dog, is to make its owner happy. They teach you what unconditional love is like because dogs and humans biggest difference isn't that one walks on four legs and the other on two, or that one is covered in fur and the other is not, but it is the lack of judgment that dogs have that teach us every person is deserved of being loved.