5 Unexpected Reasons To Get A Dog
September 19, 2018 11:15 By Fabiosa
A human life would be so boring without furry friends. For most of us, cats and dogs are like the family members. They are capable to experience human emotions, rejoice or be sad along with their owners.
In this article, we’ll try to prove that having a dog is the best thing that can happen to us in this life. If you love dogs (especially, cute puppies) as much as we do, you’ll be glad to find out about these unexpected benefits of having a dog at home.
Why dogs are the best pets ever
1. They improve mood.
The connection between humans and dogs is considered one of the strongest bonds around. Dogs can feel your mood like any other pet. If you feel sad, your furry friend will always try to cheer you up.
Researchers from the Harvard University have proved that dogs can even lessen the symptoms of depression and stress.
2. They increase longevity.
Another study shows that dog owners are significantly less likely to die within 1 year than those who did not own dogs ((n = 87, 1 died).
3. Dogs make you active.
We always feel good after having a physical activity but sometimes, it’s so hard to force yourself to get out of bed and go somewhere. Having a walk with your dog is a perfect solution for all lazybones.
4. They improve your communicative skills.
Any dog owner knows that walking your pet is a sure way to start conversations with other pet lovers. If you have troubles with finding new friends, it’s a great option to start chatting to other people with no pressure.
5. Dogs love you back.
Sometimes, with other humans, we can’t say for sure whether a person is sincere or not. Dogs, on the contrary, can’t hide their feelings.
Scientists discovered that dogs release the ‘love hormone’ oxytocin when interacting with humans. So, if we love dogs, it means they can love us back.
Dogs are so cute. No one would refuse to have this adorable friend around.
Why do you love dogs? We look forward to reading your opinions.
The material in this article is for informational purposes only and does not replace the advice of a certified specialist.