Top 5 Reasons to have a PET

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1. They Reduce Stress

It has turned out to be extremely evident that anxiety influences our mental and physical wellbeing and, tragically, our reality has turned out to be more unpleasant than any time in recent memory.

2. Give Constant And Loving Companionship

Individuals are not generally around when you require them, but rather pets are. They are always emitting affection and appreciation, and they are glad to be in your nearness.

3. Give Entertainment

Pets are an awesome wellspring of amusement. They are living animals that have propensities, idiosyncrasies, and identities that can keep you chuckling for a considerable length of time.

4. Gives You Something To Be Responsible For

Regardless of what sort of pet you get, it will oblige you to deal with it. Being in charge of another living being can help you more mindful in whatever remains of your life as well.

5. Shows You To Be More Compassionate

"Adoration and empathy are necessities, not extravagances. Without them mankind can't survive." Dalai Lama . We require more empathy in our lives, both self-sympathy and sympathy towards others.
  • Profile picture of the author Froggys
    Originally Posted by metricbuzz View Post



    1. They Reduce Stress

    It has turned out to be extremely evident that anxiety influences our mental and physical wellbeing and, tragically, our reality has turned out to be more unpleasant than any time in recent memory.

    2. Give Constant And Loving Companionship

    Individuals are not generally around when you require them, but rather pets are. They are always emitting affection and appreciation, and they are glad to be in your nearness.

    3. Give Entertainment

    Pets are an awesome wellspring of amusement. They are living animals that have propensities, idiosyncrasies, and identities that can keep you chuckling for a considerable length of time.

    4. Gives You Something To Be Responsible For

    Regardless of what sort of pet you get, it will oblige you to deal with it. Being in charge of another living being can help you more mindful in whatever remains of your life as well.

    5. Shows You To Be More Compassionate

    "Adoration and empathy are necessities, not extravagances. Without them mankind can't survive." Dalai Lama . We require more empathy in our lives, both self-sympathy and sympathy towards others.
    I agree on every single thing here especially about the stress part.
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  • Profile picture of the author imnathanjames
    If anyone get's a pet it should always be a dog.

    1 they are awesome
    2 they guard your home
    3 i get exercise by walking them
    4 they are always happy to see me
    5 they are much better than cats
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  • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
    i only have one reason

    everyone needs good friends
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    • Profile picture of the author Froggys
      Originally Posted by hardraysnight View Post

      i only have one reason

      everyone needs good friends
      That is maybe the best reason from all written,there is no better friend than a pet,there is no real friend and more honest than a pet,dog especially.
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  • Profile picture of the author positivenegative
    Originally Posted by metricbuzz View Post

    Top 5 Reasons to have a PET
    6. It's a good food source if you hit hard times.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by positivenegative View Post

      6. It's a good food source if you hit hard times.
      Yes, all of this talk about dogs, let's see....

      • They bark all night and keep you awake, (and p*** off the neighbours).

      • You have to clean up after the big ones, (and that in itself will make you seek out therapy).

      • You have to walk them, (my Mother had a dog, when l lived on a farm, so it wasn't that big an issue) which means if it is horrible outside, you still do.

      • You have to buy monster dog food cans, (try carrying those in a plastic bag).

      • The vets bill can be insane.

      • They keel over in no time at all, (well, cats do as well, but they rock so).

      • No, if l had to get a dog, it would be a small one, and only if l was in training for a soccer match!

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      • Profile picture of the author Kurt
        Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

        Yes, all of this talk about dogs, let's see....

        • They bark all night and keep you awake, (and p*** off the neighbours).

        • You have to clean up after the big ones, (and that in itself will make you seek out therapy).

        • You have to walk them, (my Mother had a dog, when l lived on a farm, so it wasn't that big an issue) which means if it is horrible outside, you still do.

        • You have to buy monster dog food cans, (try carrying those in a plastic bag).

        • The vets bill can be insane.

        • They keel over in no time at all, (well, cats do as well, but they rock so).

        • No, if l had to get a dog, it would be a small one, and only if l was in training for a soccer match!



        Looks like you need a turtle. They don't claw the furniture, disturb the entire neighborhood when they feel "frisky", shed, or hack up fur balls all over the carpet.
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

          Looks like you need a turtle. They don't claw the furniture, disturb the entire neighborhood when they feel "frisky", shed, or hack up fur balls all over the carpet.
          A Dalek is better, it says Exterminate all day, and l can always give it the boot if l get tired of it!

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        • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
          Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

          Looks like you need a turtle. They don't claw the furniture, disturb the entire neighborhood when they feel "frisky", shed, or hack up fur balls all over the carpet.
          My recommendation would be an anaconda. Preferably, a hungry one

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        • Profile picture of the author Priscilla Lopez
          Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

          Looks like you need a turtle. They don't claw the furniture, disturb the entire neighborhood when they feel "frisky", shed, or hack up fur balls all over the carpet.
          Can't agree more. Turtle is timid and quiet. It is strong enough so you just need to feed it once a week. That would save you lots of trouble.
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            Originally Posted by Priscilla Lopez View Post

            Can't agree more. Turtle is timid and quiet. It is strong enough so you just need to feed it once a week. That would save you lots of trouble.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Schwab
    1) the cuddle factor

    2) my wife left me - now i love only you factor

    3) always a good friend factor

    4) i look into your deep brown eyes - you really understand me factor

    5) you keep my house safe factor [bark when the bad guys approach at night - thanks!]
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    I just returned home from 2-3 weeks in another state....both my dog and my cat were ecstatic to see me. They missed me as much as I missed them!
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  • Profile picture of the author ferrychristian
    I have two dogs , one lab and one German shepherd.
    1) Their unconditional love they express
    2) Stress Busters
    3) They keep you protected form the strangers.
    4) Doing exercise with them like running is fun.
    5) They are awesome.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Perry
    I like my cats, they are so cute and awesome, they are my good friends that make me smile
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  • Profile picture of the author infomaniacs
    I am wary of people who don't like animals, everyone should have a pet
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  • Profile picture of the author ksmusselman
    Our kitty of 21 years passed away a couple of years ago. Even our dog missed her for a while! But hubs says, 'No More Cats.'

    I had little Jazzy for years before I met him so when she needed a "retirement" home for her last years, my daughter gave her back to me, despite hubby's objections. She turned out to be his best little friend! Even he cried a little when she headed over the rainbow bridge.

    Our dog will be 11 yrs old this Christmas Eve. If something happened to her, I'd be a mess! She's my constant companion since I'm at home 95% of the time, and home alone when hubs has to go out on his errands.

    As for walking her, after she outgrew her pen, hubs put a 50 ft lead from the back porch so she has a lot of room to take herself out. She does look forward to her last walk of the night when hubs puts her on her leash and takes her out to the barn.

    She loves checking out the turkeys, ducks and chickens out there, makes sure they're all okay.

    I just hope whenever we have to get another dog, she's as quiet as our Skye! Our dog rarely barks, and I love that!
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