Guest Post: The Power of a Dog or Cat to Change Your Mood

The following is a guest post by Russell of Miami Dog Training. Miami Dog training is owned and operated by a professional dog trainer. Dog training Miami has over 25 years of experience in providing certified professional dog training and dog walking Miami services. See our credentials and veterinarian recommendations at http://www.funpawcare.com

It was a gloomy rainy day out and I wasn’t looking forward to venturing out into the rain and wind.  That is until I saw my first client for the day and their gorgeous Portuguese Water Dog smothered me with kisses and was the happiest dog in the world just to be alive.  Dogs have a magical way about them to always put a smile on ones face and to remind people of how to be present, aware and to live in the now (carpe diem).  To watch a dog, cat, bird, or fish….etc  just be itself is a wonderful gift.

How can you possibly have a worry in the world when your best friend is by your side, loyal, happy, smiling and giving you all of their attention?  It’s simply not possible.  Not only do dogs make you happy, get you in shape, get you out of the house, and in touch with nature, but they also put a smile on your face and most faces that they come into contact with.

Pets transcend social classes, positions, hierarchies, egos, and all of the silliness that humans get caught up in on a daily basis.  To watch, feel and hear a cat purr on your chest, a dog sitting at your feet keeping them warm (as I write this post), cuddled up next to you on the couch, or a bird chirping or singing a song is heartwarming, soulful event that brings out the “humane” human in all of us.

Canine good citizen dogs (CGC), therapy dogs and service dogs are often used to brighten the days and lives of all they come into contact with.  From dogs that treat humans with post-traumatic stress disorder to dogs that can detect insulin or cancer, they have all adapted to the many walks of human life.  Dogs are here to make humans healthy, happier and more fulfilled.

They are amazing companions and offer a tremendous amount of benefits to even the most incredulous person.  Whatever pet it is that you are fond of, show them some love and appreciation.  Just taking your pup for a long Miami dog walk, stimulating their mind and body is fulfillment and love to a dog.  Of course belly rubs and a scratch behind the ear is most always appreciated as well.  Petting your cat, admiring your fish, listening to your birds are all forms of therapy and a blessing that have the power to change your mood instantaneously.  Go ahead and try it!

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One Response to Guest Post: The Power of a Dog or Cat to Change Your Mood

  1. Sam Buddy says:

    Great article! Indeed pets can help their pet owners relax everyday. Therefore, as for pet owners they should provide their pets the best features. Other than that, I have visited a website that feature amazing pet care services.

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