Can A Puppy Help You Stay Sober?

by Dick on October 21, 2013 · 2 comments

in Addiction, Recovery

DSC_0125I don’t know the “official” answer to that, but it sure does help!

We just got a new puppy a few weeks ago — an adorable mini-golden doodle. Her name is Lucy.

I have to tell ya that having a cute little puppy in the house does wonders for my sobriety.

Puppies and dogs live in the moment. They show unconditional love. They take you away from the worries and stresses of the real world.

There are great stories out there dogs helping folks recover from addiction.

I was never an animal lover when I was younger. I’m not sure why. But I’m becoming one now with Lucy. And that’s a good thing.


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  • Will

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  • Rachel

    I adopted a puppy when I first got sober. The sticker on my car ‘Who rescued Who?’ has especially special meaning to me. She’s taught me patience and tolerance, gets me off my ass and out of the house, and gave me someone safe to love and share my life with.

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