On common grounds

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While many of you, would be counting what you and your beloved pooch have in common, here are a few scientifically proven facts about the similarities we have with our pooches.

 

  1. Only two of us have prostates: Dogs and humans are the only living beings who have prostates. What’s more, even the canine prostate gland and its diseases are very similar to that of humans.
  2. We both can be a lefty or righty: As per the Institute for the Study of Animal Problems in Washington DC, dogs, like people, are either right- or left-handed. And we just wondered whether our baby would be a lefty or righty! Do you know whether your pooch is a lefty or a righty – no, so, what are you waiting for? Just check it out.
  3. We play the same game to woo our women: How many of you males have let girls win, even if you could have easily won the game? For most of you, a game lost now is love earned; our pooches also let their lady love win.
  4. We behave the same way: Our pooches are the best models for understanding social behaviour. We share similar traits like co-operation, attachment, ability to imitate, etc. And this is all because humans and dogs have been friends for time immemorial and they have lived together for centuries.
  5. We both feel jealous and hurt: Jealousy and feeling hurt are universal emotions and guess what our little pooches feel the same way to. So keep this in mind, handle his heart with care.

Pawsitively precious
My pooch is my baby; here are reasons why I can’t live without her.

  1. Warm hearty welcome: She is always happy to see me when I am back home. She always welcomes me with a wagging tail and a happy mood.
  2. Unconditional love: She is always there to love me and listen to my woes.
  3. No complaints: She never complains about bad weather, people or any other thing.
  4. Companionship: She always gives me good company. She is a companion I can rely on.
  5. Free spirit: Her zest for life is contagious. Whenever I am with her, I remember to enjoy life’s little pleasures.

Pawsitively mine
My pooch’s valuable possession

  1. Me (her most valued possession!)
  2. Her favourite toy (my soft chappals!)
  3. Her dog bowl (of course full of her favourite treat!)
  4. Her daily walk in the park (where her crush also comes for a walk!)
  5. Her comfy bed (of course my bed!)