Top 10 Benefits of Pet Ownership

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See how a pet can be a wonderful addition to your life:

Having a pet requires responsibility, but there are so many benefits associated with owning a pet that everyone should consider it.

The right pet can add to your health, happiness, and sense of wellbeing.

Pets can be entertaining and a great conversation starter, too.

If you’re thinking about getting a pet, consider these good things that having a pet can do for you!

1. Your pet is always happy to see you.

Consider how good you feel when someone’s obviously happy to see you. You can have that feeling every day!

2. Pets are accepting.

Your pet loves you exactly the way you are.

Your pet doesn’t care in the least if you have acne, if you’re bald, if you’re blind, overweight, or if you smell funny.

3. A pet can help you to meet other people.

When you love an animal, you have something in common with a lot of people.

More stores and outdoor restaurants are accepting of customers with dogs.

Bring your dog to the store and notice how many people start a conversation with you.

4. Pets are great for your health.

Petting a dog or cat lowers your pulse and blood pressure.

Your children are also less likely to develop asthma or allergies.

Even adults develop a stronger immune system when exposed to pet dander.

Learn so much more about caring for pets, especially dogs here:

>> How to care for a dog

5. A pet can be an inexpensive friend.

Many pets are inexpensive or even free.

And while they might have a few medical expenses here and there, most pets are healthier than most humans.

The medical care is much less expensive, too.

6. Pets reduce stress.

A pet always loves you.

It always listens to you.

It never judges you.

You can tell all your secrets to your pet, and they will never betray your confidence.

They are also wonderful distractions from any challenges you may be facing.

7. Pets are entertaining.

Many pets can learn tricks.

Dogs love to chase balls.

Cats like to chase birds.

Each animal has their own unique personalities and quirks.

Pets can make you laugh and smile on a daily basis.

8. A dog can keep you safer.

Dogs hear everything and bark whenever anything unusual is seen or heard.

Most burglars, muggers, and other nefarious people would rather avoid locations with dogs.

Just having a dog might save your life someday.

Even cats have successfully saved its people from disaster.

9. A pet gives you a reason to get out of bed each day.

A pet needs your help.

If you’re feeling down, a pet can give you a reason to keep going.

Pets can’t feed themselves. They need water.

Some of them need to go outside to relieve themselves.

It can serve as motivation to pull yourself together.

10. A pet requires few responsibilities.

Put some food and water in a couple of bowls and dinner is served.

A dog doesn’t need to be changed.

A cat can spend a few days alone with enough food and water available.

Most pets go to sleep without any issues.

There’s no reason to limit yourself to a dog, cat, or bird.

Many people prefer reptiles, fish, rodents, or insects.

Follow your interests but understand what a particular type of pet will need.

If you travel a lot, some pets can go weeks without attention, such as snakes.

Learn so much more about caring for pet snakes here:

>> How to look after a pet snake

Keep your mind open.

There is a perfect pet to match your preferences and lifestyle.

Your new best friend isn’t far away.

More Tips For Dog Care:

Learn so much more about caring for pets, especially dogs here:

>> How to care for a dog

Please share your story about your loved pets, I’d love to hear more about what pets you have… leave your comments in the box below – Thanks!

Have a Laff!


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  1. I’ve loved so many pets in my life, I hope you have had a chance to experience how wonderful life is when its shared with a fur kid.

    Please do share your stories here… what kind of pet do you have right now, or as a kid?

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