If you happen to live in a house where there are multiple pets, then you can confirm the joy that having animals at home can bring. After a hard day’s work, there’s nothing like going back and being greeted by a few little friends as soon as you open the door. I don’t care if you have dogs, cats, birds or any other pet. When you get home, you will be greeted in the warmest, most exciting way.
Out of all the various kinds of pets, I would say dogs are probably the ones that get attached the most to their owners. Why? There are many theories to this, but the one that makes more noise in this sense is the fact that dogs are social animals. They are used to being part of a pack and interacting with everyone on a daily basis.
Now, when they are placed in a domestic setting, their attachment to you intensifies. To them, you are this “Super-Alpha” that takes care of their every need. This might be something normal to you, but out there in the wild, it would be extremely unlikely. In the wild, weeks can go by without the pack getting to eat anything. When they manage to catch something, they still have to divide it between all of them.
But not in your case. To them, you are this leader that always wins your battles. Food is always on the table, and for dogs, this is one of the most important things in life. But dogs are not only about food. They enjoy the company of other’s, especially humans. And it doesn’t matter if you have food or not on your table, dogs will stick with you through thick and thin.
Humans benefit a lot from their pets as well. It has been proven, according to various tests, just by petting a companion animal helps reduce anxiety and even lower blood pressure! I know a lot of people who suffer from high blood pressure. And I’m not saying that doctors are going to suddenly start giving out prescriptions for cats and dogs, but they certainly recommend having them.
Now, if one pet can make you happy, imagine three. People with three pets love recording videos that show how well they get along and all the hilarious interactions they have during the day. One such moment is the one in the video below. Two dogs are seen lining up to eat. They start eating at the same time when out of nowhere, a tiny bird comes out and steals the show!