We’ve all had to deal with a series of bad days here and there, and 2020 so far has been the king of bad days. Regardless of your interests being politics, economics, healthcare, or just flat out generic, you’ve probably had quite a few bad days this year. And I know what you’re thinking, there’s no way to make it better, but what if I told you that there was, in fact, several ways to make it better? More appropriately, over ten ways to make it better?
Gathered from around the internet, from places like Reddit and Twitter, cute dogs with highly boopable snoots come by the thousands, and yet still there’s not enough of them out there. If you’re not already in agreement, allow me to present an argument as to why. There are around seven billion people in the world, so therefore, we need at least seventy billion boopable snoots, ten for every person. This is our contribution.
This is Heidi. She’s certain the hole in the fence is getting smaller. There is no other explanation. 13/10 would still boop pic.twitter.com/avwVy0BY15
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) September 28, 2020
EntirelyPets gives even more reasons as to why dogs are good for you!
As part of being a responsible owner, your dog also needs as much exercise as you to stay fit and live long. What better way to work out if not with a companion? There are numerous ways to exercise and have fun with you pooch through engaging in dog activities such as playing catch, Frisbee, running, and many others.
dog martens pic.twitter.com/ucSWjBkc36
— lil teriyaki (@cubedfruit_) September 24, 2020
#3 Oil Paint
MY NEW DOG GOT INTO MY OIL PAINT???? pic.twitter.com/jbAQPOUipN
— ⋆ ˚｡ ✜ ｡˚ ⋆ (@coldemoji) September 27, 2020
They continue with;
When you engage in dog activities, you are bound to go outside and play under the sun but there’s more to it than just having your daily Vitamin D. studies have shown that going on early morning walks when the sun has just risen can drastically reduce the risks of cardiovascular diseases, depression and cancer. Being surrounded with nature like on a park with trees or just your neighborhood, just helps you be in touch with your surroundings, away from the hustle and bustle of the daily life in the city and to simply take it all in.
#4 Best boy
Good boy ☺️ pic.twitter.com/ylTW9MF7lV
— Austin (@austinsalgad0) September 28, 2020
— َ (@DIGIG00N) September 26, 2020
It is no surprise that dogs are ridden with bacteria on their fur. It may seem icky, I know, but so are humans. Despite that, this is actually a good thing. Numerous research has proven time and time again that exposure to bacteria benefits the human body through strengthening immunity. Children that grew up with pets have also shown that they are less likely to get sick, develop allergies and have asthma, consequentially lessening absences in school due to health reasons.
This is Wallace. He hugs every dog he sees during his walk. Knows everybody could use it right now. 14/10 pic.twitter.com/ICBhFlsTYT
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) September 29, 2020
#7 Nothing is wrong
The rhythmic task of petting your dog or even grooming your dog such as brushing their fur helps clear your mind. More often than not, you have been put in a circumstance where you get home all pooped from work or you have negative thoughts that have been plaguing your mind. Simply petting your dog gives you a break and just be in the moment. And when you’re done, you would feel drastically refreshed or even just a little bit lighter.
This is Kasey. Once a week he’s given an empty frozen peanut butter jar. Always takes it to a safe spot before licking it. 13/10 please enjoy pic.twitter.com/QbywEef18k
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) September 24, 2020
#9 Polar Bears
We only rate dogs. Please don’t submit Suburban Porch Polar Bears. They mean no harm. Just a little hungry. Thank you… 13/10 pic.twitter.com/AS9ybCN5z6
— WeRateDogs® (@dog_rates) September 23, 2020
#10 Old dog
My son has noticed how old our dog is getting, so he tries to comfort her with his stuffed toy sloth. She loves it. from r/aww
I wrote my dog an obituary because of course I did. He was the best boy. pic.twitter.com/FKmqeivtq9
— Sallie Hammett (@SallieGHammett) September 22, 2020
What did you think? Tell us down in the comments.