1. They are happy to see you every time you come home: They push you with your nose, drool all over you and then force you to give them food while you just want fives minutes rest.
2. They keep you active: You have to take them outside no matter the weather, in heat, rain, snow, hail, wind, that stupid condition, when you can feel the humidity but it’s not actually raining. When you hold an umbrella, they will drag you so you will get wet anyway.
3. They keep you healthy: Apart from experiencing every weather twice a day, they will bring an amount of bacteria to your home only the
a child the biological warfare program of Luxembourg could to make you resistant. Dead animals, moldy branches, trash, grunge, punk, grime, crust, sometimes even math. Whenever you try to clean them, they will act as if you try to drown them.
4. They make you meet people: You will meet many people in your city who love and own dogs and have mind-blowing conversations about their age, health, how cool dogs are, about “aw, be a good dog”, “huddely-duddely”, “aw-that was a bit rough”, that they just want to play, that it’s just a scratch, that you better go to see the doctor, but still dogs are amazing.