The products that people use to help them enhance their relationships with their dogs vary widely. The products range from ointments and creams, toys and gizmos, to supplements and homeopathic remedies. People who thought that they were dog lovers in the research showed to be less energetic, more talkative – which means that they were more outgoing and social – and tended to follow very rigid rules. Cat lovers, meanwhile, were the most introverted and sensitive out of all the group; however, they actually turned out to be the most robust dogs in the test.
There is a strong possibility that humans are less bonded to their pets than are dogs lovers. This is the result of our lessened bonding with other human beings. This lack of human attachment has been seen throughout the animal kingdom, from dolphins and whales to horses and deer. Dogs may be no different. But because we have been less connected to other animals, we have also been less attached to other people as well, especially in regards to physical affection.
Therefore, it is quite possible that dogs do not find human love the way that humans do. While there is nothing wrong with that, what is really important is how dogs show their affection for humans. Dog lovers who have their dogs neutered or spayed can take advantage of this behavior. As cats, dogs have the tendency to urinate and defecate where they sleep, and as we know, cats do not show affection to their owners in the same way that dogs do. Therefore, if you are a dog lover who is having trouble bonding with your pet, it may be time to talk to your veterinarian about having your pet spayed or neutered.
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