If you were reincarnated as a dog…

…what breed would you be? 🐶🐕🦮🐕‍🦺🐩🦁

I always try to imagine the perspective dogs have of our world 🌎 💙 if I were to pick what breed I would be reincarnated as, i would be a pug. Because pugs are very loyal, and full of so much love. Probably a pure black pug. Named Oscar 😄😆🤣

And this is not crazy! A soul passes through many many animal species before being born as a human. So we can be dogs next time.

8 Комментарии на “If you were reincarnated as a dog…
  1. It would not worry to me what breed I was, as long as I was provided with all of my essential needs and cared for with sensible thoughts and knowledge of the canine, with kind words and occasional hugs and plenty of walkies/exercise.
    I would not like to be a dog that was designed for a show bench but one that looked like a dog and could behave like a normal canine creature.

  2. A spitz. Stubborn, opinionated, I do what I want, and I’ll be really cute so my owners will spoil me.

  3. Hi there! I would probably like to be a Labradoodle, because they do not shed, are very friendly with children, and just are plain cute. How about you?

  4. All my best dogs have been generic mid-sized mutts (40-65lbs). Since I’m pretty much a human mutt, I’ll stick with that.

    If I were a dog I’d be a mid-sized mutt of dubious parentage.

  5. I like to think that I’d be

    a Siberian husky, because I always focus on my goals and I work hard,
    a border collie because I’m super smart and drop dead gorgeous,
    a corgi because people melt when they see my smile, or
    whatever the Bad Pun Dog is.
    But most likely I would be a mutt: quirky, shedding like you wouldn’t believe and 100% one of a kind.

  6. Australian shepherd. The most intelligent dog breed, large enough to hold its own, unlikely to be owned by an idiot, and one of the longest-lived breeds.

  7. This Sounds Nuts, But I Believe in Reincarnation for Dogs!
    Once while I was talking with actress Shirley MacLaine, she told me a story. She was on a flight across the Atlantic and noticed that there was a fly perched on the window beside her. As she rolled up a magazine with the intention of swatting the fly, Prime Minister Nehru of India, who was sitting next to her, said, “Don’t do that. It might be your grandmother.” Shirley told me that when she heard him say that, she paused, thought about it and, of course, did not swat the fly.

    A few years ago, I picked up a copy of Shirley’s book, Out on a Leash: Exploring the Nature of Reality and Love, because it’s main focus is on her life with her dog, Terry. If you’ve also read her book, you may recall that she mentions having known the essence of Terry in other lifetimes, including one in Egypt.

    Brent Atwater, the authority in the pet-reincarnation field, has written several books about the subject based on actual case studies. Most notable is her book, The Dog with a “B” on His Bottom!!!, in which she shares the story of her dog, Friend, who has come back to her five times during her lifetime. Brent has spent more than 16 years researching cases of pets who have returned one or more times to the same owners.

    How would you know with any degree of certainty that the essence of your dog has returned to you? Usually, you’d have a strong intuitive or gut feeling. You may also have an overwhelming sense of familiarity with your dog when you first meet him or when you first bring him home. In other cases, you may notice that your dog exhibits a lot of the same characteristics of your previous dog. Many times, the characteristics between both dogs are so similar that you can’t possibly write it off as coincidence (and, by the way, I strongly believe that there aren’t ever any coincidences).

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