While watching my Utah Jazz take on (and beat!) the Miami Heat, I was starting to get a tad agitated. Sensing my discontent, Aggie came over and laid her head on me as if to say, “It’s okay, dad. The refs are blind as bats.”

My little Sheltie emotion barometer worked. I took a deep breath and relaxed.

(The inset photo is when she was a pup.)

Sheltie cuddles during basketball game.

Shelties always seem to know what we need & when right, Ken? :)

13 Responses to “Sheltie Psychologist”

  1. Susan

    It’s like they can read your moods. We have three Shelties and our Bentley is the one most in tune with my moods. Always there for me when I’m feeling down or a bit frustrated. I can take one look into his soulful eyes and feel my tension just melt away.

  2. Sullivan

    Hey Ken, just look at all the money little Aggie has saved you over the years in “couch” time and doctor’s fees. For that alone, she deserves a couple of extra cookies. BTW, she as adorable, love those beautiful little souful eyes.

  3. Terry

    Aggie is has such a sweet face. We are so blessed to have our little Sheltie caretakers. They always know how to comfort us.

  4. Brittany

    I just melted a little bit; what a face.
    My two Shelties usually run away when I get worked up during a Brewers game.

  5. Dianne

    Aggie is lovely and love the baby photo of her
    Yes ..what better therapy can we have other than a little Sheltie,s wisdom!

  6. jAN hUNTER

    Shelties are so intelligent that they Do know what we need! Aggie is a beauty. I love his puppy picture, too. Thanks for sharing with us.

  7. In Memory of TenBear (Sheltie)

    Awww. How totally sweet. Life is so much easier when you have a Sheltie Therapist to take care of you.


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