Whether you own a dog, or just love volunteering, spending time with these canine companions can do wonders and change your life completely. Playing with a dog is not only physically good but also emotionally. They make us feel happy, excited, loved, and even help you get a date! Only those who own a dog know how better life becomes with their arrival.

If you don’t own a dog but ever consider getting one, please don’t buy one, rather adopt. Numerous priceless dogs are waiting for their best companion to take them out of the animal shelter. There are numerous benefits of having a dog which I am going to discuss right here. Let’s have a look.

1. You are No More Lonely

Dogs are your support system even when people can’t be there for you. Their love is truly unconditional. Their emotional support and constant cuddling are enough to not let you feel isolated and lonely. They keep your mind diverted from all negativity. Hence, your mental health will be so much better.

2. Dogs Keep you Physically Active

According to a British study, a dog owner spends around 300 minutes every week walking or running with his dog which is around 200 minutes more than a non-dog owner. Through regular walks and runs, you get to lose weight, stay fit and even reduce the risk of diabetes. Another bonus is that it lowers your cholesterol.

3. Dogs Make you Socially Active

Walking with a dog makes you a social person. You become more approachable and give others a cool conversation starter. Dog owners have more chances to make friends as it becomes easier for them to get to know strangers. You can get all kinds of dog supplies from alternatives to eBay which are of premium quality and at affordable rates.

4. You Cope with Crisis in a Better Way

In times of difficulty and crisis, dogs are our support system. They help us recover from it psychologically. People who own dogs have significantly shown fewer symptoms of PTSD as compared to the non-dog owners. They have even shown remarkable improvement in their coping skills.

5. Dogs Make you Happier than Ever

Even just a glimpse of a dog can boost your spirits high. According to a study, staring into a pet dog’s eye increases the level of oxytocin which is famously known as the “Love Hormone”. Besides the general benefits of owning a dog, they are a mood booster. You are less likely to suffer from depression if you own a dog or pet in general. So plan on to get one!

6. Dogs Help you Live Longer

Dogs are proved to be really good for your heart. A person owning a dog has a lower of death. This is because they have improved and lower levels of blood pressure. Also, their responses towards stress notice improvement which is a sign of positivity. It is all about the bond you share with your pet.

Dogs are like blessings disguised in animal form. They are a complete package of happiness, love, cuteness, and loyalty. You cannot miss out on this one!

Posted by:Tanvi Punia

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