child hugging a stray dog

Why You Should Get a Rescue Dog

We all know the fact that adopting a dog is fulfilling, but it is a hard job as it is giving all your love to someone who’s in dire need of love.

Here are five reasons why you should get a rescue dog:

  1. They are very lovable creatures. They lack love. They are neglected. They are dying for a pet, a good belly rub, and a warm hug. They are very hard trusting beings, but once they feel your love, get ready for smooches!
  2. Rescue dogs are the best teachers of life. They had gone through the hardest phase in life but they are still willing to trust.
  3. Rescue dogs don’t care about your social status. Whether you live under a bridge or on a luxury suite, once you show your full love to a rescue dog, he will reward you with the gift of loyalty.
  4. You don’t need a huge amount of money to raise one. All you need to have is a big heart that is ready to love.
  5. They make the greatest companion. They are the purest creature.


So next time you see one on the street, remember that creature needs a house he can call a home, open your doors, let’s not turn shelters in to a dumping ground.

The world is theirs too. They all have the rights to stay here just like us. They all deserve to feel loved and taken care of. Shelters are jail to them. Help stray dogs have a new chance in life. #AdoptDontShop


“I don’t have a schedule like breakfast, lunch, dinner nor a menu.

Every meal is a surprise for me, even a packet of biscuit makes me happiest and help me survive one more day.

After all, I don’t have anyone in this world for me and every day is a life and death.

Even if you don’t like me, avoid me and please don’t hurt me.

My little life is the only thing that I had in this huge world.”

Credits to: IG lifeofstray

Happy dog being rescued

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Dogs and Your Overall Health

Love of a dog

Dogs are God’s gift to mankind. They make the greatest companion. They don’t talk, but they know how to convey pure love. They teach us valuable skills and are brilliant companions.

But did you know that owning a dog creates a huge impact on your overall health?

Studies show that pet owners are happier, more optimistic, and are less-stressed than those who don’t own pets. Petting, scratching, and hugging is great stress-relievers and anti-depressants.

One reason why owning a dog contributes to your overall health is that they keep you fit and active! Walking on a regular basis, once or twice a day can help lower your risk of heart disease. Studies show that having a canine companion is linked to lower blood pressure, reduced cholesterol, and decreased triglyceride levels, which contribute to better overall cardiovascular health and fewer heart attacks.

Dog owners generally have a stronger immune system, helping them to stay well and spend less time getting over sickness and bugs. In fact, dog owners visit the doctor less often than non-dog owners and are less likely to be on medication.

Feeling lonely? Dogs make you more sociable! Take your 4-legged pal to the park or walk around the streets and you’ll spark a conversation!

Did you know that dogs have the ability to forgive, forget, and love us again even after going through some tough times? Dogs love us unconditionally! It only means that they can bounce back if we give them the chance and help them to do so.

Dogs also add meaning and purpose to our lives. They give us a reason to get up every morning. They give us a reason to be grateful every day, to smile, to be contented with what you have in life and to celebrate and appreciate the little things in life.

“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” – Roger Caras

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