25 Heartwarming Photos That Prove How Loving Dogs Are
There’s never a dull moment when you have dogs at home. So, they’re literally the best housemates one could ever ask for. Even though they get involved in their fair share of crazy shenanigans, life in general just gets better with a canine companion.
In fact, having a pet pooch means there’s always someone who eagerly waits for you to come home. It also means that you always have someone to go on walks with and share your meals with. Basically, having a furry friend means you’ll never feel alone, and that’s why they’re heaven-sent.
“My new baby sitter.”
“Parenting sure is difficult…”
So, you’ve probably already heard that canine companions have the ability to improve our overall well-being. But it’s a claim that’s not solely based on the testaments of fur parents. In fact, there are several scientific studies that can back it up.
“A labrador retriever became a foster father for nine ducklings.”
“Golden Retriever Kelsey heard his cries and stopped him developing severe hypothermia and frost bite by lying on top of him and licking his hands and face.”
“My friend’s dog found a kitten in the yard, brought it inside in her mouth and has been fostering the kitten since. Nobody told the kitten she isn’t a dog yet.”
Canines can even assist us with daily tasks. For instance, look at this helpful pup.
For example, an Australian study in 2019 has determined that owning a pup can reduce loneliness. Similarly, a comprehensive review of studies ranging from 1950 to 2019 has associated pup ownership with decreased cardiovascular risk.
A basketball team gave this good boy a jersey shirt and a place in the VIP section.
“She found out what time my wife gets home.”
“My friend saying goodbye to his dog.”
Here we have a little guardian.
That’s not all because multiple studies have also shown that pooches can help people cope with trauma and alleviate their stress and this explains the emergence of therapy animals. So, there’s no doubt that pooches are really good for your heart.
Their furry friend seems tired of walking
And, this pup has chosen sleep over food.
While here, we have a well-behaved passenger.
Aside from enhancing our mental and emotional health, having a canine companion also encourages you to be more physically active. Indeed, those long walks outdoors mean more than just bonding with your fur baby.
So, lets take a look at some more super cute photos
“Casually slow dancing with the famous Louboutina on the streets of New York…”
In 2019, UK researchers found that people who own a dog are four times more likely to meet the physical activity guidelines than those who don’t have a furry friend. So, pup owners typically spend 300 minutes per week walking their pets. As a result those with a canine companion walk roughly 200 more minutes.
Our furry friends really benefit our lives in more ways than we could ever possibly imagine.
So, that’s why as fur parents, it’s our responsibility to take good care of them and reciprocate their love for us. After all, it’s almost certainly impossible to find a companion that’s more loyal than your fur baby and that’s why they’ve been hailed as man’s best friend for the longest time.