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Pet dogs are considered not just as four-legged companions. Generally, they become a part of the family as well. Over time, the owners would feel sensible to go on an extra mile in pampering them. 

Miley and Emma McGowan live in Glasgow, Scotland with their West Highland White Terrier named Molly. They have considered Molly to be the baby in their home. Eventually, the couple had reached another milestone in their relationship as a couple when Emma got pregnant. 

The family was so happy and excited for the baby’s arrival. And while the two were so hooked in all the necessary preparation for the real taste of parenthood, they noticed some changes with Molly. She became less energetic and less cheerful overtime. 

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What they observed gave them the impression that Molly felt uninvolved with the new set up. The couple was sympathetic to Molly’s notion of feeling left out, and they knew they had to do something. They already knew just what to do to raise the gloomy dog’s spirit. 

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Michael and Emma decided to renovate the crawlspace behind their stairs. They made a door for Molly’s size and refurbished the space inside to turn it into her room. During the work process, they noticed the change of the dog’s mood.  From her dull and murky temper during the last few days, she became curious and animated. 

 At last, Molly’s room was completed. And mind you, it isn’t just an ordinary dog chamber, it is a lavish pet room. The space was adorned with a dog-styled wallpaper, a hardwood flooring and an additional color changing mood lighting were installed. All of her toys, pictures, fluffy rugs and couch were placed inside as well. 

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Indeed, the efforts done by Michael and Emma made Molly return to her usual self. She is now as sweet and as loving and very much involved in the family especially to the newborn Catelyn.  

Thanks, Honest to Paws, for sharing us this story.

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Cathy D. Evans
Life-long fan of all dogs including Finnegan pictured here. He's a Chinook about a year old with the most wonderful personality. Please enjoy this dog website and its content. “Dogs don’t rationalize. They don’t hold anything against a person. They don’t see the outside of a human but the inside of a human.” —Cesar Millan (dog trainer)

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