We know how it feels like when it hasn’t been our day, our week, our month, or even our year. But we promise you won’t hit your low road today because we have got something amazing for you. It’s the uplifting dog posts. Yay! Like what could be better than seeing cute dogs who are looking straight into your heart with their puppy eyes? Nothing, right? That’s why we have brought the adorable pictures for you.
So leave whatever you are doing because we promise you won’t regret scrolling down. Have we mentioned that these pictures are too cute to handle? Yes, these pictures are so freaking cute.
#1 He Loves All Animals
#2 I Promised To Try To Love Her As Much As Our Golden Does
#3 My Dog Is 18, Has Trouble Standing. Since Clare Was Born, He Stands For Hours Watching. Good Boy
We have talked to AHS Media Relations Specialist Kelsey Dickerson about why we feel good when we are near pets. Kelsey said that “There are so many incredible benefits of owning a pet that goes beyond the joy they bring to us each and every day, studies prove that having a furry friend greatly improves our mental and physical health as well, especially during these times when quarantine and social distancing has led people to stay at home and decreased in-person interaction,” she said.
“A few physical benefits of owning a pet include lowered stress levels, increased hear health (i.e. lower blood pressure, cholesterol levels, heart rate, etc.), helping you and your family stay in shape with increased opportunities for exercise and outdoor activities with your pets, as well as increased socialization opportunities with other people and pet owners,” Kelsey went through some of the benefits.
#4 Four Borzoi Dogs Adorably Peek Their Big Noses Out Of Curtained Window One At A Time
#6 Stray Dog Looking After Stray Kittens
“Pets also help improve our mental health by offering us unconditional love and companionship, especially for those who live by themselves or are unable to socialize with others on a regular basis. It has also been proven that pets help decrease our anxiety levels, increase our compassion for others, and also help children’s cognitive stimulation and understanding of appropriately interacting with other beings.”
#7 I Heard A Light Knock On My Door And Went To Answer It And It Was My Landlords’ Dog Bringing Me A Stick
#8 12/10 Good Boye
#9 ‘They Hired A Photographer Just For Me!’
According to a study, it has been seen that dog owners are more active during the winter season. Also, it has been seen that people who have pets are more healthy and fit as compared to the ones who don’t have a pup.
#10 Charlie! He Was My Sober Gift To Myself. 130 Days Alcohol-Free Today
#11 Growing Old Together!
Dogs usually communicate with their humans through body language. Like, when your furry friend bows before you, he is trying to tell you to take a break and play with him. And when your dog maintains eye contact with you, he is saying that he loves you the most.