Reminder to love and cherish our dogs

They guard us, keep us safe, exercise us, keep us warm and warm, and provide us with endless companionship, while only asking that we take care of their physical needs and be there. for them. Dogs are the greatest comedians and they give us a reason to get up in the morning.


Dogs bring so much joy and so many benefits.

National Dog Day is celebrated to bring awareness to the celebration of love, loyalty and joy dogs give in the short years they live with us on this earth.

The objective is also to promote this day which is to raise awareness of the adoption of these animals which are currently in rescue centers.

In addition, on this day promote the possession of dogs of all breeds, pure and mixed. Embrace National Dog Day as an opportunity for all dogs to live safe, happy and abuse-free lives.

Just like local purebred dogs loosely called “strays” also deserve love and empathy and here are some of the reasons why our community should embrace and accept these good furry friends who simply gravitate towards people who tend to promise scraps of food, these dogs manage to find their way into our hearts, ultimately leaving us heartbroken when it comes time to leave.

The first reason is that they are super nice.

No matter how many times they are hunted, they still manage to trust and love humans. They are well socialized. Since there are so many street dogs roaming the cities in packs, they are all well socialized.

Constantly meeting other dogs and people, they tend to get along with new friends, so any anxiety surrounding socialization is likely negligible.

Also, with the number of stray cats, they are usually used to living with cats. They need a local dog or a street dog to look for food in garbage cans or suck up drain water when they need to hydrate. They are more prone to fighting with other dogs for food and territory and have nowhere to go when the weather turns bad.

They need veterinary care. So many dogs have probably never seen a veterinarian. They walk around limping, with sores, infections or scabies and in desperate need of medical attention. A single visit to a vet can often remedy most of these issues and put a puppy on the path to health.

Street dogs are easy to train. Street dogs tend to want the structure and benefits that a loving human gives them. After spending a lifetime foraging for food, they will likely be more obedient and learn quickly knowing that you are the Food Person. Since they are highly food motivated, they will respond well to positive reinforcement.

Finally, you would save a life. The average lifespan of a street dog ranges from two to eight years, with most never making it past the age of five.

They die of disease, starvation, cold, are hit by cars or are killed in fights with other dogs. No one really knows, but if you look into a dog’s eyes, you can pretty much guess that it has a soul like us. Dogs bring so much joy and so many benefits.

They guard us, keep us safe, exercise us, keep us warm and warm, and provide us with endless companionship, while only asking that we take care of their physical needs and be there. for them. Dogs are the greatest comedians and they give us a reason to get up in the morning.

They snuggle up with us at night. Some even come to bed and occupy the whole room. Small dogs, medium dogs and big dogs, they all deserve a place in someone’s heart. Our pet dogs see us through joy, grief, and trauma.

Many therapist dollars have been saved because someone has a handy dog ​​to share their woes with.

Dogs give us someone to talk to whenever we need to share. They are there when we have our babies. Sometimes we are there when they have babies themselves. They are there through separation and divorce.

Through the passage of loved ones. And, if we’re lucky, we have the privilege of holding them, saying goodbye, and seeing them safely through their own passage. Where, we are certain, they become real angels.

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