One my favorite quotes is, “Dogs have given us their absolute all. We are the center of their universe. We are the focus of their love and faith and trust. They serve us in return for scraps. It is without a doubt the best deal man has ever made” by Roger Caras. Is there anything better than a happy dog? One look at their excited faces, waging tails, and smiling eyes is enough to melt even the hardest of hearts. Owning a dog is one of my greatest pleasures. If you don’t own a dog, maybe there will be at least one reason listed here of why u should. If you dog own a dog, you already have million reasons to love them. Taking care of dogs requires learning what they need in order to live a full, happy, healthy, life.
I’ve have read many books on how to raise dogs the right way.
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Over half of these dogs are euthanize. Together we can make a difference in these animals life and place them in the loving homes they deserve to be in. People who own dogs have been known to live more active healthier lives. Did you know that having a dog can significantly reduce the amount of stress we feel in our minds and bodies? Merissa Stanfield states,” those pets can provide excellent social support, stress relief, and other health benefits, perhaps more than people.
Walking dogs are an essential part of caring for them. Convenient this motivates you to exercise on the daily basics. It has also been proven help lower blood pressure and boost immunity.
Not only are dogs beneficial to your physical health. But they can also prepare you for future responsibilities. Dogs need to be cared for just like humans, they need exercise food. And shelter. If you plan on having kids owning a dog will teach you how to improve your care taking skills, and hopefully prepare you for kids one day. Owning a dog is a big investment, pets need food water, annual checkups , vaccines, toys and beds. Add all this up and your pup could be a bit more expensive than you expected. However this can teach you how to save money for essential items and stay within in your budget.
People own dogs because they are lovable animals. The money factor should never stop us fro\m caring for or taking in a puppy that needs a home. When you adopt you not only save a life, you make room for the shelter to rescue another homeless pet. Although owning a dog takes patience, energy, and care, the benefits of having a happy, loving, affectionate companion, greatly outweighs the negative aspects, they improve your health, safety, help you become more responsible, and motivate you to take the initiative to save a life . There is nothing better than knowing the second you walk through your door there will be joyful, bright eyed, tail wagging, accepting, snuggly ball of fur waiting for you.