Dogs share our lives in a way that most other animals cannot and they are so common that it is easy to take their loyal companionship for granted.
The purpose of this article is to remind us why we love dogs so much. Over the last few years, my family has also welcomed a dog into our family; his name is Dylan and as I watch him I realise that he thrives not only on kibble but also, and more importantl on our caresses and attention. Perhaps those who don’t have a dog at home don’t realise the love they give us without asking for anything in return. They wait for you in silence and when you come back they welcome you wagging their tails and jumping for joy. Perhaps I am writing things that everyone knows, but experiencing these emotions makes you feel useful, indispensable to their lives.
Dogs are an example of absolute loyalty, their value does not depend on their breed or their cost.
These feelings are expressed by a dog picked up on the street that, as long as it lives, will show you gratitude for having saved it. He cannot speak words to you, but he can express love with his eyes. I would like man to have their heart, their sensitivity, their loyalty. We would certainly have a better world without wickedness and injustice, man should imitate them, he would certainly become a better person. In return, we owe them our best and the best care we can give them, including a healthy, balanced diet, constant access to clean water and shelter from the hot sun or extreme cold, regular brushing and other care, ongoing veterinary care, plus annual vaccinations. Dogs should also be spayed or neutered so as not to contribute to the tragedy of the pet overpopulation problem.
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