10 Scientifically Proven Reasons For You To Get A Pet Dog

A fury friend who wakes you up every morning with a smiling face and waging tail, what else do you want? Those who already have a pet dog know what am I talking about, but those who don’t have one or are planing to get a pup, here are some scientifically proven reasons to keep a pet dog.

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1. Spending time with them will liven up your mood.

Their waging tail will surely bring a smile to your face. Spending 10-15 minutes with a dog can help you feel more calm and relaxed. Playing with your pup increases your brain’s levels of dopamine and serotonin, both of which are neurotransmitters associated with pleasure and tranquility. So buy a pup and make your life more happy and relaxed.


2. Keeping a dog reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Talking to dogs and playing with them lowers your blood pressure. This in itself helps you to stay away from heart diseases.


3. Skin diseases and allergies in children can be prevented by dogs.

Children who grow up with dogs are low on risk of getting eczema. They develop less pet allergies than those who had cats or no dogs at home.


4. Dogs act as fitness trainers in your life.

It will set a routine of morning and evening walks. Your dog will require exercise and that will keep you enthusiastic as well.


 5. Dogs help you recover faster from diseases.

People who have dogs as pets likely to recover faster from sickness than those who don’t live with dogs. Humans with pooches who suffered heart attacks were twice as likely to fully recover than those without!


6. Dogs make excellent service and alert animals. 

When trained properly, they prove to be excellent service providers for people with disability. They can be trained to bring medication, alleviate a stressful situation, and even detect an approaching epileptic seizure.


7.Children with dogs at home miss less school.

Children from dog-owning families have better school attendance due to better overall health and less sickness from having a pup at home.


8. Having a dog makes you a better person.

A sense of responsibility, selflessness, patience, and commitment comes with having a dog; this makes us stronger and a better person.


9. They gives you a sense of security.

Their ability to sense danger, strong smelling power and night vision can keep you safe and give you a peaceful sleep at night.


10. Dogs help build babies’ immune systems before they’re born.

Study says that mothers who during their pregnancy stay with a dog give birth to healthier babies than those who do not. Dogs bring millions of germs and bacteria that make the baby immune even before entering this world.



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