Pet Vibes

S.No. Pet Vibes
1

Pet owners usually have better self-esteem, are more in shape, and are less lonely than those who do not own pets.

2

The United States of America appears to be a haven for man's best friends, with the dog population in the country standing astonishingly high at 75.8 million.

3

Children who have a pet dog are less likely to have anxiety. Pets help humans feel needed and included, thereby increasing mental health levels.

4

Cats’ bodies are extremely flexible; the cat skeleton contains more than 230 bones (a human has about 206), and the pelvis and shoulders loosely attach to the spine. This adds to their flexibility and allows them to fit through very small spaces.

5

Interacting with pets can lower blood pressure, slow heart rate, regulate breathing, and relax tensed muscles.

6

Have you ever wondered why your dog curls up in a ball when they sleep? It’s actually an age-old instinct to keep themselves warm and to protect vital organs while they sleep.

7

A study at UCSD claims that your dog can genuinely get jealous when they see you display affection for another creature.

8

Your dog can smell your feelings. In fact, your dog’s sense of smell is approximately 100,000 times better than yours. So it shouldn’t be shocking that they can in fact, smell things such as fear. When a human is fearful, they perspire, and a dog is easily able to pick up on this change.

9

Man’s best friend? Petting a dog and gazing into their eyes releases oxytocin (i.e, the “love hormone”) not only for you, but for them as well !

10

Your dog is as smart as a two-year old! Ever wonder why children around this age seem to have a special bond with the family dog? It could be because they speak the same language, roughly 250 words and gestures in fact.

Sr. No:  1

Pet owners usually have better self-esteem, are more in shape, and are less lonely than those who do not own pets.

Sr. No:  2

The United States of America appears to be a haven for man's best friends, with the dog population in the country standing astonishingly high at 75.8 million.

Sr. No:  3

Children who have a pet dog are less likely to have anxiety. Pets help humans feel needed and included, thereby increasing mental health levels.

Sr. No:  4

Cats’ bodies are extremely flexible; the cat skeleton contains more than 230 bones (a human has about 206), and the pelvis and shoulders loosely attach to the spine. This adds to their flexibility and allows them to fit through very small spaces.

Sr. No:  5

Interacting with pets can lower blood pressure, slow heart rate, regulate breathing, and relax tensed muscles.

Sr. No:  6

Have you ever wondered why your dog curls up in a ball when they sleep? It’s actually an age-old instinct to keep themselves warm and to protect vital organs while they sleep.

Sr. No:  7

A study at UCSD claims that your dog can genuinely get jealous when they see you display affection for another creature.

Sr. No:  8

Your dog can smell your feelings. In fact, your dog’s sense of smell is approximately 100,000 times better than yours. So it shouldn’t be shocking that they can in fact, smell things such as fear. When a human is fearful, they perspire, and a dog is easily able to pick up on this change.

Sr. No:  9

Man’s best friend? Petting a dog and gazing into their eyes releases oxytocin (i.e, the “love hormone”) not only for you, but for them as well !

Sr. No:  10

Your dog is as smart as a two-year old! Ever wonder why children around this age seem to have a special bond with the family dog? It could be because they speak the same language, roughly 250 words and gestures in fact.