A hug is worth a thousand words.

Maybe I sould get a dog anyway

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+13 1. Burimi commented 7 years ago

Dogs have a sixth sense when it comes to understanding human emotional needs.
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+8 2. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Forgive me for the 'cut n paste' but I typed this for another dog video a couple of weeks back and as it was nearly at the end most of you may have missed it. Dogs certainly know what you are feeling, I've had dogs all my life, as a child and as an adult. I've noticed a pattern over the years, where young couples get together and almost to cement their relationships they get a dog. Usually a bad idea because they often both work and I'm sorry to say often the wrong breed of dog (but I won't go into that now). A few years later if things work out along comes the babies, it's a little like the song 'Lonely boy' by Andrew Gold, only with a dog. Of course then the attention changes to the child and the relationship with the dog often suffers, sadly this is a time so many dogs get re-homed.

I have experienced the death of a dog, too many times in my life already. Five times to be exact, plus three others when I wasn't actually present as I was too young, I then only experienced the empty space they left behind. I also saw my Father cry on those three occasions and no other times in his life.

Unless you have lived with a dog, shared toast and other tit bits with them, slept with them on the couch, had them follow you around the house, greet you when you have only been gone for an hour, just the same as if you had left them for a week. Watched them sleep, watched them dream and smelt the fur at the side of their face as they nuzzle up close to you. Unless you have lived and loved a dog, you could never understand the way they make you feel, how they get under your skin and the absolute pain of that final day, when they say goodbye, for the last time. It's a pain that is almost unbearable and dog lovers will tell you, that they cried more when their dog died than when they lost a relative. It really is indescribable and each time it happens, a little part of you dies with them and each one leaves a void in your life that can never be filled. Each time you think about them in the future the pain is still there forever raw and your eyes fill with water at your loss.

Some people never have another dog so as not to suffer like that again, others can't live their lives without one. I would be the latter. Sometime over the next five years, it is highly likely I will be saying goodbye to four more dogs and I am absolutely dreading each one. <3
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+9 3. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#1 Yes, they sure do...when I'm sad, even quietly, my dog senses it, comes up to me, and just wants to be near me...

Yes, BasmanT, you should get a dog, you will not regret it, trust me. :)
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+8 4. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

I think and believe that dogs can sense our "aura". Our so called "aura" isn't an invisible forcefield, but its actual pheromones and hormones being produced, and other substances. The dogs can pick up these traces, and they have learned that these "aura's" might change when they interact with the person giving off this "aura". When you're happy, you produce "happiness", and the dogs know that this is good, because you're acting good around the dog while you're in this mood. If you get angry, you start producing "anger", and the dog don't want this, and it will interact, in hopes of you producing the "happiness" instead.
The reason why i'm quoting these words is that i don't know what the substances related to the spesific mood or feeling, so im using an easier term to describe what i mean. But yea, our mood gives off a physical trace in form of those things, hormones, pheromones, seratonin, i have no idea which goes where, but yea, u get the idea i guess...
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+3 5. snotraddict commented 7 years ago

There, there, all better now. <3
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+3 6. Geekster (admin) commented 7 years ago

This video made my day! :D Thansk BasmanT!!
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+4 7. Urmensch commented 7 years ago

Dogs and humans have co-evolved, with dogs who are particularly well-attuned to humans being preferentially selected.
Most of our emotional range is shared with other mammals.
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0 8. buckleg08 commented 5 years ago

at #2...How are your dogs JJ? Hope they continually give you pleasure each and every day...:) I will get a dog when my living conditions allow it...8-)