Life can be a bit too much to handle sometimes.
No matter what kind of well-defined rules we follow, or how strong we think we are, sometimes it can feel a little overwhelming and that’s okay. At the end of the day, we’re only humans. Between our busy work schedules, daily chores and other responsibilities, oftentimes we’re left feeling mentally and physically exhausted. The worst part is, it’s no ordinary exhaustion that can be instantly fixed with some sleep. It’s that kind of exhaustion that eventually leads to anxiety and stress.
Now, here’s the twist. Everything in life works in pairs. It’s perfectly symmetrical; mirror opposite. So, with every difficulty, there is also ease, and that’s where our little furbabies come in! At first, if you think about it, it doesn’t seem like dogs make such a big difference. On the contrary, however, they very much do. Sometimes, we don’t know what’s wrong with us when all we need is a hug. Since the people around us are not always emotionally available, our dogs can help us a lot in that regard. They instantly fill that void that we sometimes don’t know even exists.
From their shenanigans to their happy faces when they see us coming home, dogs are our ultimate supporters and there’s no doubt about that. Below we have collected some dog posts to show you just how much loving they are. Check them out.
“A Pelican Befriended A Stray Dog Who Was Often Spotted Hanging Out All Alone Along The Boat Docks. The Man Who Photographed This Has Adopted Him But Brings Him Back Every Day To See His Friend, Petey The Pelican.”
Leo The Superhero!
Winning against all odds!
Sad dog couldn’t contain its excitement after being adopted.
“This Pitbull Pulled Out His Teddy To Show It To The Dog Of The Other Car.”
“Friendship Through The Toughest Of Times.”
“This Is Jasper. He Is My Neighbor’s Dog. I Can’t Leave The House Much Due To Health Issues, So Anytime He Sees Me He Runs Back Inside His House To Bring Me Back Out One Of His Favorite Toys. Today Was His Duck. His Record Is 3 Toys And A Stick, All At Once. What A Champ. Be Like Jasper.”
“Fifteen Years Later, Still Best Friends.”
Hospitalized man gets unexpected visitors.
“When You Do Not Have A Doggo But Your Neighbor Does…”
“Same Boot, 3 Years Later.”
“When You’re In Time-Out But Your Best Bud Won’t Let You Do Time Alone.”
“Proud Mother Of Two.”
“This Is Floyd. He Was Born With Cerebral Hypoplasia Which Means He Can’t Walk Too Well. Today We Found Out He Fits In My 75 Liter Hiking Pack, So We Got To Take Him On His First Hike! He Seemed To Really Enjoy It.”
Deaf and blind dog comforting rescue animals.
The only possible way.
“When Your Favorite Spot Shrinks With Time.”
“Gus Gets Reconstructive Surgery.”
“We Got A New Puppy Yesterday. I Asked My 4 Year Old To Put Him To Bed. This Is What I Came Back To.”
“A Really Wholesome Moment Spotted.”
“We Adopted A Greyhound That Was Super Skittish For Months And Was Very Suspicious Of Us. Tonight She Initiated Cuddles And My Heart Is Full.”
“Neighbors Are A Big Fan Of Luna!”
“Rescued Tortoise Is Now A Part Of A Great Dane Litter.”
Boy reunites with his lost dog.
“Got A Dog To Guard The House But Then… Who Wants A Belly Rub?”
“My Friend Just Texted “Adopted A Dog Yesterday”…. With This Pic.”
“Andy Has Slept In My Bed With Me For The Past 8 Years And He Still Puts His Head On The Edge Of The Bed To Ask Permission To Jump On.”
“My Neighbor’s Sweet Dog Found A Moth.”
“My Friend Lives Above A Punk Bar And Sent Us This Pic Of Her Dog And The Regulars”
“Right In The Feels.”
“It Has Taken 2 Years Since We Adopted Her, But Reba Has Dropped More Than Half Her Weight And I Couldn’t Be More Proud Of Her.”
“He Had A Long Day.”
“Can We Keep Her?”
“He Found His New Bestfriend.”
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