Last Updated on April 24, 2023 by Pets Feed
“The more men I meet, the more I love my dog” is a phrase that takes on its full meaning with this research, which found that 6 out of 10 people would rather seek comfort from their pet than their partner.
Dogs are loyal companions, able to provide unconditional love and emotional support without prejudice, which is why many people’s treatment with these pets is usually even closer and more satisfying than with other human beings. . This is where the expression “the more men I meet, the more I love my dog”, takes on special importance.
For some, interactions with others can be very complex, stressful and often end in conflict and disappointment, which has led many to see things that way. In fact, a study was recently conducted which shows that there are those who prefer hugging their dogs more than their own partners.
Research agency OnePoll conducted a survey on behalf of PetSafe, in which people were asked about their relationship with their pets and how it affected their daily lives. The results were varied, however, what was most striking was the closeness their owners, especially women, had to their boyfriends.
The result this produced was that 6 out of 10 people admitted that they sought comfort when they felt distressed because they trusted them more. They want to snuggle up with them instead of those with whom they have something romantic or loving. Moreover, 78% admit that it is very difficult for them to say no to their small kidneys and their kittens.
This happens with many owners, but there are more women who choose to snuggle up with their pets because it somehow gives them peace, harmony, happiness and a lot of calm, something that makes them much happier in parallel with other living beings. . .
Other figures indicate that due to their loyalty, raising dogs or cats helped them to be more mature (48%), more patient (45%) and with generally improved mental health (43%).
It can also lead to the affectionate language that manifests itself economically, as 7 out of 10 owners believe their furry friends have lives of kings and queens, as they are pampered with luxuries, such as designer clothes, custom beds measure up and provide them with high-end pet spa treatments.
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