When Your Dog Is Your True Bestfriend
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When Your Dog Is Your True Bestfriend

Because our four-legged babies are just as important.

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When Your Dog Is Your True Bestfriend
Eliza Sawyers

The cliche saying is that diamonds are a girl's best friend. I don't know about you, but I'm not a huge fan of diamonds. Oh sure, one day I'd love to have a beautiful engagement ring, but that day isn't today. I would much rather slumber with my four-legged besties under a blanket than wear thousands of dollars around my neck.

1. Endless Love

Dogs are known for loving their owners more than themselves. Let's be honest, where else could you find that kind of affection? They have very kind hearts and revolve their whole world around you! Well...you and the occasional squirrel. The kisses and snuggles are just an extra bonus.

2. Dieting Motivators

You and your little buddy can inspire each other to work out and maintain diets. You should both probably stay away from those cupcakes. If they can't eat sweets, why should you? But hey, if you both want to stop for a treat after that walk around the neighborhood, no one is judging you.

3. Always Welcome

Who else would be so excited to see you when you first walk through the door? If you ever come home feeling upset or discouraged, your buddy will be sure to turn your mood around.

4. Twinning

Selfies are never an issue, unless your pet is playing or won't stand still long enough. But perfecting those perfect doggy pictures are more Facebook worthy than many pictures people post. They are always looking their best, even with #allnatural and #nofilter. I mean, dogs are already cute enough.

Plus, if you're lucky, he may be able to go fetch the selfie stick.

5. Good Mornings

You'll never have to worry about oversleeping from hitting SNOOZE repeatedly. As you have your very own enforcing alarm who makes sure you are out of bed, bright and early. Oh, it's your day off? Well that's okay, that means more time to take your furry friend on a walk and to go play. Just because you want to sleep in doesn't mean he's going to let you.

6. No Boundaries

Who needs a boo when you have a dog? They are your number one snuggle buddy, whether its while watching a movie, a celebratory hug, a shoulder to cry on, or just laying in bed. (Just imagine: If you had 20 dogs, you could be submersed in a pile of dogs. That's my life goal.)

7. Realizing Your Dog is Literally YOU


Do you ever sit back and ponder why your dog has certain mannerisms? It's all because of you, human! You two are drawn to each other due to your similar personalities.

If you're anything like me, you probably wish your pup spoke English. Because if they did, I'd be perfectly content with never socializing with other human beings ever again.

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