Doggys are loving, loyal, hilarious, and adorable, many doggy parents truly see them as family members.
What could be better than a doggy? Well, how about more doggys?
Doggys are amazing and are proven to enhance our lives. They improve our health and keep us sane.
Many doggy owners wonder whether having two doggys is better than one. The answer to that depends on our abilities and needs. And on the doggy’s personality. If you are considering adding to your fur family, take a look at a few reasons you should take the plunge and get another doggy.
Solve Companionship Problem – Most people are gone at least eight hours for five days a week at work. Doggys can become bored and get into trouble chewing things they are not supposed to, like your new pair of shoes. Some doggys are nervous or anxious, and having another doggy around calms their nerves. They will be best friends. There are some doggys that do best as the only dog. Perhaps they were rescued from a bad situation and maybe reactive to other doggys.
Keep Each Other Entertained and Exercised – Adding a second doggy to the mix. You’ll still have to spend some one-on-one time with each doggy every day—it’s actually super important for their socialization and development.
Loads of Doggy Kisses – You will have double the kisses and wagging tails when you return home. There is no better greeting. The best alarm clock is a doggy kiss and a wet nose nudging you to get up.
Training made easy – Doggys are pack animals and look to their pack leader for guidance, a role your older doggy will naturally take on when you introduce another doggy to the family. You might find doggy training is far easier with an older dog and a new doggy. Doggys tend to do their business where other doggys have already gone.
Entertainment Galore – Doggys will provide hours of entertainment. The increased playtime will tire them out while keeping them in shape.
Ease Separation Anxiety – One way to reduce your doggy’s separation anxiety is by bringing a second doggy into the family. The doggys will keep each other company while you’re away from your home, and give each other the emotional support and attention they need to stay calm, cool, and collected.
Saving Two Doggy Lives – It is a life-changing experience to save the life of a doggy. How much more two or more doggy lives. The doggys will show their appreciation with unconditional love.
Having two doggys can feel like a lot of work, but the pros definitely outweigh the cons. From easier training to better mental and emotional health, to saving the lives of animals, there are so many solid reasons to adopt a second doggy.Before doing so, always trust your instincts. And analyze your doggy. Would adding a second doggy enhance her/her life? If so, and you have the time, patience, and financial means – go ahead and get a second doggy.