Life is better with Pets

Are you feeling stressed? Well, your doctor may advice you to get a pet. That is because good time with pets triggers higher levels of the stress-reducing hormone, oxytocin, while also decreasing the production of the stress-inducing hormone, cortisol.

Caring for a pet like I do, can provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment, as well as a feeling of pride for helping an animal in need. I have three dogs at home, and the best feeling is coming home to a very happy and excited faces. The Science has agreed on this matter: like any other enjoyable activity, playing with your dog releases the feel-good hormones, serotonin and dopamine.

Having a dog or a cat can decrease the risk of developing illnesses like cancer, allergies, or heart disease. Sometimes finding the time to walk the dog or clean the litter box can seem difficult to fit into a busy schedule. Sharing food with them or just cuddling on those bed weather days are the best. I especially feel more motivated to go for walks out of responsibility and will likely spend more time outside playing catch or tennis balls. Live has been happier with our dogs around us.

My 11 year old always bond with our dogs and i can say that they have a especially big impact during his development, and as study says that children with pets experience less stress, they avoid separation anxiety, also social anxiety, it also helps in avoiding behavioral disorders during adulthood.