It is not a clichée when they say that dog is man's best friend. You can be the most miserable person in the world whom everyone hates but you are still the best in your dog's esteem. There are many benefits to dog ownership. It is a proven fact that dogs affect their humans' health in a most positive way.
Dog owners have fewer health problems, are less stressed and are often happier than people without dogs. Dogs are particularly good to have when kids are growing up ' they teach children responsibility, they encourage the act of nurturing and they help kids feel safe in their surroundings. And because of these things, as well as countless others, the dog has grown to be a full-fledged member of the modern family. In return for the unconditional love and the well-being dogs bring to our lives, we reward them with affection, fine food and lots of toys.
We make monthly trips to the pet store to pick up food, stopping at the toy aisle to see if there are any new stuffed squirrels or squeaky toys that we can take home to our ever-expectant four-legged friends. But these trips can take a large chunk out of the wallet as more advanced toys and snazzier looking outfits become available. But what does a devoted dog owner do when they want to spoil their pet but don't have the funds to do so? With a little creativity and, in some cases, a bit of elbow grease, you can spoil your dog with ordinary items found around the house, treasures bought at a yard sale or rewards that only come with a big hug and a kiss.
I know that my life changed when my first dog came into it. I have become a more patient and understanding human being and have had the pleasure of being taught how to love unconditionally. And because of this I present you with ways to repay your faithful companion that won't send you spiraling into debt. So forge ahead, show your dog how much he means to