The Importance Of Dogs

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Have you ever had a pet in your life? If you did, you must of had a connection with your animal. The first time that I had gotten my dog I automatically loved him at first sight. As soon as I held him we connected. Now we have a strong connection, everyday we lay on the couch together, and we run around or play fetch outside. Dogs also make the best workout partners. They'll motivate you to get up and get moving, but won't make you feel guilty when you just want to crash on the couch. In addition, Fdogs seem attuned to the emotional state of when their owners are expressing their sorrow, they dog can sense it. Dogs have the ability to know when their owners are sad/depressed, they go up to them and they sit and cuddle with them. Pets also decrease our feelings of loneliness and isolation by providing companionship to all generations. Living with dogs in your house could make you feel more …show more content…
And we all know how comforting they can be. But what is it about dogs, that is so comforting? According to researchers, one reason dogs are such wonderful companions to humans is that they're not human. Dogs are faithful, loving, and attentive, without wanting much in return. Every dog is unique, and some are more comforting than others. If your dog doesn’t always come running when you cry, don't worry. Your relationship with your dog is special and unique—and you probably wouldn’t have it any other way. “Paramedics were called to rescue a man who had fallen and injured his head on a street in Chimbote, Peru. When they arrived, however, they quickly discovered he was not alone. During his ordeal, the wounded man's two dogs had remained by his side. With emergency crews on hand to help, they still refused to be parted” (Messenger). The dogs and the man had such a strong bond and heart for each other that they were unable to be separated. Dogs and humans grew and evolved together, which makes them have such a great

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