Why Dogs and Humans love each other?
Having a pet is an important part of life. Pets can make a human more responsible and happier because it reduces their owner’s stress level and makes as an enthusiastic person always.
In 2015 Japanese researchers found that staring into the dog's eyes causes a spike in oxytocin, the “love drug”, in the brain of both the owner and their dog. Other researchers have shown that dogs will seek out their people when they are afraid. However, Pets shows unconditional love on their owners.
A person with a pet also must be smart with their money. Having a pet also encourages a healthier lifestyle. People that have dogs take them on walks and play with them, which is a good way to stay healthy. Pets are also very compassionate and is less likely to feel lonely, or have terrible anxiety because pets give unconditional love.
Dogs owners must take their dogs on walks, which is a good way to stay fit. Playing and taking runs with pets is also an excellent way to stay healthy and fit as well. Getting outdoors is another benefit of having a pet that lives or enjoys going outside. Studies show that having a pet can lower stress and anxiety.
Many types of animals can be therapy animals. Some therapy animals help blind people, or diabetic people, but there are also mental health therapy animals. Rubbing and being around animals often makes people happy and not as nervous. Studies show that old people live longer when they have a pet in their life. Animals also do silly and funny things that make people laugh.
Humans and their pets also make loving bonds that last forever and are unconditional. Pets can also encourage a healthier lifestyle. Taking a pet on walk will get exercise into a person’s day and give them time to be outdoors, with an animal they love. Having a pet can also help old people live longer. Having a pet is great, they teach you to be responsible, they love you and you love them, and they help give people healthier.
Finally, the relationship between the humans and pet is symbiotic—that dogs hunt for us and herd for us and we keep them warm and fed in return. Humans and dogs, by contrast, adore each other.