34% of US dog owners say puppies teach them patience. While they’re running around cleaning up messes (and discarding chewed-up shoes), they’re also learning to be more understanding and persevering—proof that puppies help us develop “paw”-sitive attributes that will last a lifetime.
7 IN 10 DOG OWNERS SAY PUPPIES HELP THEIR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
70% of American dog owners say their puppies give them unconditional love. And the feeling is mutual—52% of respondents regularly say “I love you” to their puppies. Canine companions not only help Americans develop strong bonds, but also to feel comfortable expressing their emotions.
20% OF AMERICANS PREFER A PUPPY OVER A DATE
1 out of 5 American dog owners would rather hang out with their puppy than go on a date. Given that 64% of Americans already cuddle with their puppies, it might be easier to ditch the human relationships altogether!
TOP 5 WAYS AMERICANS SHOW PUPPY LOVE
#1. I let my puppy sleep in my bed with me (13%)
#2. I talk to my puppy in a special voice (11%)
#3: I let my puppy eat table scraps (10%)
#4: I consider my puppy to be my best friend (9%)
#5. I probably post too many photos of my puppy on social media (4%)
National Pet Day [http://nationaltoday.com/us/national-pet-day/]
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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