George & The Secret Life of Troja
Windless days in the mountains with a reflective lake in the background is a rare sight. However, it’s not something you think about when you have a dog staring at you.
The wild Norwegian fjords unleashing their true self. The Norwegian fjords are often chaotic. Wind, rain, and huge waves. But one thing about Norway is that the places with the worst weather can also be the most stunning places during great weather days.
Running wild in the ferns is one of Troja’s favorite things to do, the feeling of ferns brushing against her fur is a therapeutic experience.
In the moment and one with nature, a form of art few have mastered besides dogs.
As the sun was setting, Troja spotted a herd of deer in the distance. The Irish setter breed is made for hunting, something one can truly notice during hikes where there are a lot of wild animals.
Spring and Summer are Troja’s favorite parts of the year as she finally can enjoy swimming in the lake and sprint around on the sand. However, do not be fooled by the high temperatures, in the background you can still spot some snow and the water comes running down from the mountains into the lake, making it ice cold yet refreshing.
Every time you gaze lovingly into your dogs’ eyes, its levels of oxytocin — the “attachment hormone” — go up. And so do yours. Oxytocin has long been referred to as “the love hormone” and the “cuddle hormone,” because we (and our pets) release it when we hug, touch, or look lovingly into someone’s eyes.
We hiked to the top of a mountain on a summer night, we laid down on the soft moss to enjoy the warm light from the sunset while taking a nap on the soft moss. One of those moments that can’t be bought.
Angels appear in many different forms, one of them has four paws and a wagging tail.