Dogs are far too good for people—and we know it. There’s no way we can be deserving of such kind, loyal and smart creatures. But what is it about dogs that makes them better?
They’re always excited to see you.
Wagging tail, sparkling eyes, eager barks: they’re a sign your fur babies love you. And that love makes everything better.
They’re anti-depressants in fur form
Life can be hard. It’s stressful. We worry about jobs, bills, food, relationships, family, finances and health. But that all goes away when you get to cuddle a creature that loves you.
They won’t stab you in the back
All they want is food, pats and love. As long as you give them that, they’ll be the happiest dog in the world.
And they’re your best pals for life. They’re there for you when no one else is: those nights when you’re alone, scared and sad. One assuring cuddle and a lick on the cheek is enough to make it all go away.
Dogs are as smart as the average three-year-old human—and smarter than some particular adults. But you don’t have to worry about them stealing your creative ideas, or one day putting you in a home: doggos just want love.
They can save your life
Protecting you against intruder attacks, warning you to dangers, keeping you save and even being your eyes if you’re blind: is there anything dogs can’t do?
Dogs are beautiful—forever
While people seem to deteriorate while they age, dogs are forever gorgeous. From puppy to adult to elder, all dogs are beautiful—and all dogs love, and are deserving of love.
They’re simply the best
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