Psychological Benefits Of Pets Ownership

“A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.”– Josh Billings

Being a pet owner has benefits on all sides. There are social, mental, and psychological shades of pet ownership. Below-mentioned is the psychological aspect of pets, especially dogs. 


🐾 Research shows that children who grow up with pets develop self-esteem i.e. higher level of empathy and lower stress level. There is a growing global trend to consider pets as an inseparable part of a family. Million people around the world love their pets, enjoying their companionship by going for walks, playing, and even talking with them.


🐾The attachment to pets is good for human health that also helps to build a healthy community, a healthy society, and finally a healthy nation. 


🐾Sharing your life with a pet has been associated with a decreased risk of coronary artery disease, a reduction in stress levels, and increased physical activity (especially through walking along Dogs). In fact, the level of beta-endorphin, oxytocin, and dopamine, among other makers increased in both Humans and their dogs during caring interactions, demonstrating that time spent together is psychologically beneficial to both species.


🐾For our country Nepal experiences a higher degree of brain drain, Parents in Nepal can have pets as a significant part of the family.

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