Even our pets can give us love.
What could be better after a long day of work or school than to walk through the front door and see your dog so happy to see you. We love to give them a hug and express our love and appreciation. Experts warn us to not do this, despite how shocking it may seem.
The feeling of affection that you receive from your dog when you walk through the door at the end of a long, hard day is priceless. No matter how much we want to show our dogs how much we love them, one thing should be stopped. We’re all guilty, but now there’s a claim that this could harm our dogs.
Can we hug dogs?
Is it important to hug your pet? We’ll answer yes, but with a heavy heart. Many people in the US need to know this, given the number of dogs. According to the National Pet Owners Survey 2017-2018, 48% American homeowners own dogs.
You’re wrong! The survey found that Millenials are more likely to own dogs than any other group. They spend more money on their pets than any previous generation. If they are right, is it better to spend money on your pet’s bed than hug them if you’re not sure?