This is why God made dogs. Here’s a video every dog lover should see.

In 1978 Paul Harvey made a speech called “So God Made A Farmer” which is pretty famous till now. So it was only a matter of time until someone made a Paul Harvey styled tribute video about dogs.

In this video, the narrator describes dogs as the remarkable creatures who are patient enough to wait for their companions even while waiting alone. He says that they are strong enough to pull sleds and find bombs, yet gentle enough to love babies and lead the blind. When everything around us collapses, they are the ones who stand by us with supportive eyes lifting the spirits of a broken heart.

Dogs are man’s best friend. They’re certainly the best companions that God made for us. They know how to love their owners unconditionally and without holding back. Always faithful and loyal, you’ll never have a friend as good as a good.

Our canine companions have been recorded throughout history, in stories, videos and everything else in between. They do so much to make our lives better every day. People with dogs are said to have lower chances of having hypertension and heart disease, too.

His strong voice was behind some great monologues, including”So God made a farmer.” The 1978 monologue was delivered to the Future Farmers of America convention. Similarly, this video shows a monologue aimed to express appreciation towards dogs, known as “So God created a dog.”

The narration is powerful and emotional: “God looked down on his wide-eyed children and said they need a companion. God said I need somebody strong enough to pull sleds and find bombs, yet gentle enough to love babies and lead the blind. Somebody who will spend all day on a couch with a resting head and supportive eyes to lift the spirits of a broken heart. God said I need somebody who would stand at your side when the world around you collapses. So God made a dog.”

If you weren’t big on dogs after watching this, you should have had a newfound love them! There is nothing like getting a puppy’s love, and you won’t feel it till you experience it yourself. Please turn your speakers up to truly enjoy this masterpiece. Please share it, too.