Honestly man, they're just snapshots but at least they have a subject, and it's in focus (mostly)
THINK about composition more before clicking the shutter.
Like the first photo - why isn't the clock straight? That's just careless.
Or the last photo. Would have been so much better without the flower overlapping your dogs face. It's a good angle of the dog looking upwards, but the flower stem over his face and the stuff in the background ruins it. If you'd moved down and left you would have had his head with a clear blue sky background, and you could still have the flower in the lower part of the frame but not overlapping his head.
Why take a photo of a clock from that angle? I can walk into any house and look at a clock. If you're trying to capture movement specifically, why is the movement making up like 4% of the frame? Get at some interesting angle, fill the frame with your subject, and come back when you've got something I don't sit there looking at in boredom whenever I visit the in-laws.