We all know that our pets are a bright spot in our everyday lives, but it’s nice to take a moment and give extra thanks for our furry friends! Dogs are known as man’s (and woman’s) best friend, and it’s no surprise that our canine companions hold our hearts – but sometimes we forget to let them know how much we love them. What’s one of the greatest character traits in dogs? They still love us even when we forget to let them know how much we care about them.
We’ve rounded up five reasons to be extra grateful our pets, so dish up an extra doggy bone this Thanksgiving and click here for fun reminders on why it’s great to give thanks for Fido!
They provide comic relief.
How many times has your dog made you burst into uncontrollable laughter? Probably more times than you can count on one hand. Our pets are wonderful protectors and friends, but they’re also great for comic relief. Embrace their silly side and let yours out in return – your pup will love it!
Dogs have a knack for bringing out the best in people. How many times have we as owners looked at our pooches with their heads tilted to one side and been able to resist them? They keep us exercising and they keep us engaged, which makes them wonderful companions that help owners of all ages stay young at heart.
They’re incredibly loyal.
Even if you’ve got the worst case of bed head known to man or you’re wearing a completely mismatched outfit, your dog could care less. Food stuck between your teeth? No problem for your pet. They love you at all times and accept you unconditionally. Dogs are truly human kind’s greatest animal ally.
They remind us that there’s always room for fun.
Dogs have a spirit that’s unparalleled by any other creature on the earth. They love indiscriminately and can always find time for fun. Think about it – when has your dog ever turned a walk or a game of fetch? Of course there may times when you pup is tired and may need a break, but at the end of the day you’ll be hard pressed to find a time when you’re dog doesn’t want to have a little fun.
They’re always waiting for use when we come home.
Walking up to your front door there’s your dog, possibly waiting in the front window or barking in excitement behind the front door. For someone to be so thrilled at your arrival is truly special, and it never gets old. Dogs are so loving and even if you’ve had the worst day they’ll still be ready to greet you with love and slobbery kisses – what a wonderful and glorious homecoming!
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