Why A Dog Is Good For Our Health And Help To Cope With Life?
When my husband and me are with our dog, our stress levels decrease, let us be more relaxed and able to deal with life in ways that aren't harmful to our health.
May I introduce our dog-lady “Unica”.
She is already 11 years old and she came into our life at the age of 3 month. She was found at the street in front of a dog rescue station in a carton box with 3 other puppies. All of her brothers and sisters died by a puppy disease. In the beginning she was the weakest but somehow the strongest. So she was the only one who survived that disease. That’s why they named her “Unica” which means “Unique”. More than 10 years she is now with us and we haven’t regretted a single day. She enriches our life with so many things. That’s why I would like to write about her today.
Every day when I wake up by my lovely dog I wonder why there are people who don't have a dog. How do they handle stresses of everyday life without a pair of dog eyes to gaze into as their heart melts or the great joy that a dog has when you are coming home after a long and hard day at work.
For me my dog not only helps to improve my physical health but also gives me a lot of emotional benefits.
It’s proven that dogs provide a sense of companionship and people with dogs are more likely to be happier.
When I’m alone at home she helps me to feel less lonely and when I have a bad time and I’m a little bit depressed she always gives me something to look forward to and to care for.
Unica becomes for us more than a pet in many cases. She becomes furry family members.
Especially struggling with the fact that we might not be able to have children, she helped us a lot because she was always there for us. She gives us the love we needed and most importantly we could and still can give our love to her.
When I had an abortion last year, she was there for us without any alms and helped us through the loss. She captured all the love and sorrow we had at this time and she made us feel loved and whole.
Dogs are amazing creatures. They help people in so many ways, and in return we can help them by offering them a good home without violence, lots of walks with exercises and enough healthy nutrition. Everything species-appropriate of course. It’s important that despite of all love we have for them, we treat them like in a dog pack. It's actually the best gift we can make. Because they alsways feel comfortable and safe in a pack.
Dogs need room to move and play, whether it is inside your home or outside at a dog park.
How about you? Are you also thinking about having a dog in your life?
If that’s the case, then take a good look at what you possess and what kind of lovable dog you would like. The perfect match is waiting for you!