THE BENEFITS OF OWNING A DOG
Regular dog walking improves fitness levels.
Dogs can act as an early warning to detect an approaching epileptic seizure.
Dogs require a lot of care; they need to be fed, walked, played with, and trained.
Dogs are great for making love connections since they are a natural conversation starter.
They also help prepare a couple for children. Taking care of a dog is the closest practice for raising a child.
Dog owners frequently stop and talk to each other on walks or in a dog park. Pet owners also meet new people in pet stores, clubs, and training classes.
Assistance dogs, such as "guide dogs" or "hearing dogs,” are trained to help those with mental or physical disabilities, giving their human companions a more independent life.
War Dogs are used in modern day military combat as scouts, sentries, and trackers.
Police dogs can chase suspects, track them if they are hidden, and guard them when they are caught
Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) patients may walk therapy dogs, play with them, feed them, or groom them. Some therapy dogs are trained to sit quietly and attentively while children read to them.
Search-and-rescue dogs work in various conditions, many of them are harsh (avalanches, earthquakes, bombings, and other calamities).
Stamina, intelligence, and skill are required of rescue dogs, of which the most popular breeds include the Saint Bernard, Newfoundland, and Portuguese Water Dog.
Farm dogs love rounding up cows, eradicating vermin, herding and guarding livestock for estate guard dogs:
• The Mastiff
• Great Dane
• Anatolian Shepard
• Great Pyrenees
Estate guard dogs protect family, property, and surrounding grounds. They tend to be territorial by nature.
Dogs are naturally adorable-just watching them can be entertaining and perk up its owner even on a bad day.
There are so many free activities to do when you own a dog. Taking the dog to the park and training your dog are just some of the challenging yet rewarding activities.