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Why Sometimes You Should Have A Pet Around You

Pets are like our counterparts or friends when our human friends are not available to be with us. As they always say, "A dog is a man's best friend". It is no news when we hear that people have abandoned all their human friends and are relating more with their pets. Some people say that maybe people who do these things are not mentally well or may have some sort of problems that they are facing. All these cannot be fully justified or may not be completely true. They can only be confirmed by the people who love to be with their pets mostly. Having a pet sometimes helps because they can serve as a companion and they can help keep you company.

A dog, cat or even a little hamster, can be one's source of comfort. These creatures have also been created by God and they have all been named by mankind. So it is not a sin to have a dog or a cat as a pet who is your close companion. The only problem is that from the start, they might not understand what you say but as time goes on, one will notice that these creatures listen when they are been told to do something.

Having a pet sometimes has its own positive sides. These are some two reasons why one has to have a pet around sometimes;


1 . A Pet Can Provide A Sense Of Security

Pets like dogs serve as our policemen and soldiers who protect and guard us at night and during the day. They bark in the presence of foreigners and that will signal you that there is a problem and that you need to stay on guard. They also try and attack the foreigners and that can help you.


2 . A Pet Can Save A Life

Once you get very close to your pet, it will know you very well. In a case where you have a well trained pet, you can be saved by that pet in times of trouble when no one can reach you.

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