There’s a reason that we love our animals they can be our protector and friend. They show so much commitment towards their owners. How many people can say that the person in their life has these characteristic. We can learn so much from our four-legged counterparts. Dogs can teach us love loyalty is one life lesson that these canine are able to teach us. How does these loving creature know about our needs for companionship and can they really teach us about loyalty?
Dogs can Teach us love and Loyalty
“Mans best friend” shows affection in many ways towards its master. They wag their tail, gaze lovingly into our eyes, rub our legs and rest on our laps. They lick our faces and jump up and down in excitement of seeing us come home. This is unconditional love.
There isn’t a human being out there that can show more love than a four-legged friend. Most people are so extremely protective of their dogs they will go to great length if the animal is harm.
Michael Vick was the only person I have heard of that endure harsh penalty even jail terms 548 days for hurting animals in his care. An ” NFL quarterback reportedly enjoyed placing family pets in the ring with fighting pit bulls and … laughed as dogs ripped each other apart,” a detail that led animal rights group PETA an anti-dogfighting public service announcement.”Shows how loyal we are to our animals and we will protect them if they where in any harm.
Loyaly to Dogs our pets.
These tail-waggers do not have an ego, like human beings. They do not focus their attention on unimportant factors like materialistic things which devalue over the years. We can dress up our pooch and train them to be patient with our rough playful children at times. Waiting patiently with excitement to greet you and at the same time fearful and anxious of our departure. “The greatest fear dogs know is the fear that you will not come back when you go out the door without them.” Stanley Coren. If human beings were like this, could you imagine how much more loyalty there would be toward each other.
Dogs can teach us love and loyalty if we learn to listen
- Unforgiving love
Unlike human, these doggy are not prone to hold on to mistakes and problems of the past. They treat us with respect, stand up for us, a great companion, a loyal friend if you keep secrets, our pups are not bias who they befriend and they are not going to bully you. They teach us how to be kind and gentle toward our peers and through our pets we learn compassion and how to love; relentlessly. unforgiving not asking for much accepting our faults more than any human being can bear nothing more, nothing less.
These creäture , however, adore their human provide care for them and in return give warm and personal special bond with their caretaker.
Admiration , giving to anyone that gives them the same in return. They have no concept of waiting for you to prove yourself to them. Our relationship with our mutt in time become a valuable lesson to teach our children. Receiving with little regards for anything this can help our young adult to be better able understand fact of live . Do you have a dog or a pet share?
My rescue dog James was raised to dog fight and was severly abused. He is so loyal and the love of my life but it took years to get him to come around.
Susan, funny when we show love evens animals understand. your pet knows the difference …. understand what it means to be with someone that caring. The time spends with your dog now will be rewarding. In return you will be bless with love, protection and loyalty to you and your family.
What a sweet post Patrice.
I used to prefer cats until my husband and daughter brought home a stray pup home and I was hooked from that day on.
Now I have two furbabies and I can’t imagine my life without them. They are a part of the family not just pets.
Great post. Love the images :).
Corina, It’s the stray pup that gets us hook. one look in our eyes and we become hypnotize. my dog passed away many years ago of old age. he was a great companion to me and my family.
I love dogs, if we didn’t live in a such a small apartment I would have one in a heartbeat. I had one growing up and she was just so loving it was unreal, this was a great read.
Fee, Glad you like this post. Thanks for your support.
So true. Our baby was dumped off by our house 7 years ago. Can’t imagine life without her.