There are countless reasons why dogs are our best friends. Canines are the eternal source of unconditional love, our best listeners, constant candidates for cuddling, and the ones that can improve our mood in an instant.

Bill Nye, the science guy, said:

“As we became friends with them, they became friends with us, and we have a dependency that’s charming. It’s enriched both the dog lives and the human lives.”

People develop a special bond with their dogs, one that lasts for a lifetime.

If you don’t have a dog yet, the following reasons are likely to persuade you to get one:

  • Dogs are deeply connected to people, so they never tire from your presence.
  • Dogs bring intense happiness in our lives. They are incredibly loyal and loving.
  • Dogs are the best company ever. They can make every single minute throughout the day fun.
  • Your dog will do anything for you, even risk his own safety to protect you.
  • Dogs feel when we are sad and they will do anything to make us feel better. They might offer their favorite toy, snuggle up to us, or stare at us with their huge eyes until we smile.
  • Researchers have found that dogs lower our stress levels and help us be more productive at work.
  • Being in the company of a dog has numerous benefits for our physical and mental health. Dogs cheer us up, take us on walks, play with us, and lift our spirits.
  • They are always ecstatic to see us every time we return home. A big waggy tail waiting to greet you will help you forget all your problems.
  • You can learn from your dog. Dogs can teach us valuable lessons about unconditional love, loyalty, and companionship, as well as behavior, personality, demeanor, and resiliency.
  • Every new day is a new adventure with a dog. Your dog will teach you to cherish the smallest things in life and live in the moment.

I know you adore your dog, but remember that you are his entire life. Make sure you give your best for his happiness, just like he does for you.

Source:
bigthink.com