THREE LIFE LESSONS WE CAN LEARN FROM PETS. BY CRYPTOCHETA (100 % Powered up)

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INTRODUCTION
Pets is hard work o!!. Caring for an animal is time consuming, financially big(if you really want to care), and sometimes it can be source of frustration. However, any pet owner can at testify that their pet is worth all of the efforts.

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For me the first reason is
Lesson No 1: Pets gives unconditional Love

Application of Lesson:
They can always offer unconditional Love
If you own a pet, you will understand that what am saying is true, you get true love. They really care no matter who you are or what you’ve done before in your life, and you can be sure that you are always important to them. If you feel unsure in your human relationships, you will never have to question of your relationship with your pet lol.

So no matter the kind of pet you have, you can be sure that they will love you just as much as you do. Some may show this in different ways, but that does not make it any less real in any way.

They show us example of how to love better lol. If some people showed the same compassion and emphaty to everyone like one our pets shows us, the world would be a much better and happier place, lol.

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Lesson No 2: Pets can support mental health

Application of Lesson:
No matter what a pet will be by your side to help you through it. Even with the spread of COVID-19, the emotional support of pets is really important now than ever. Even with the increase depression, fear, and many more facing the unknown, and experiencing loneliness from social distancing, lol. Pets can provide real, support in the face of all this problem.

Some ways that pets can help our mental health includes:
Stress Reduction
Life can get harder. Homework will continue to pile up at school. Even work projects can create tension at work. If these things happen it is nice to have a pet to come home if you are single or staying alone.

Pets petting, and walking with them can take a lot of load off after a very long stressful day.

They are Cute! !🤗
To have an adorable little pet🐕‍🦺 to come home to will put a big smile on anyone’s face, no matter the type of pet you have, it will bring the owner joy and is a source of pride.

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Lesson No 3: Pets Can Support Your Physical Health

Application of Lesson:
Addition to helping one's mental health, our pets can also provide positive energy by supporting physical health. According to the National Center for Health Research(NCHR), there are many ways dogs can improve physical health:
Exercises and Fitness
Exercise and fitness will come to our mind first when we talk about physical health. This benefits is seen mostly in dog owners because dogs have high energy. You need to take them on frequent walks or runs, so if your dog is walking, so are you, lol.

This so called routine exercise can be very hard for non-dog owners to commit themselfs to. But as soon as you get a dog, you will have another life who is depending on you.

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My conclusion is pets can be hard to take care of. And it's a lot of hard work, but that’s part of what makes our relationships with our pets tight and so rewarding. These hard work we put in shows up in our happiness, healthy physical, mental state, and this creates a loving emotional bond to our pets. The positive energy and happiness our pets provide us with speaks for itself, and we should not take it for granted.

Written by @cryptocheta
For @fur-friends

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These are wonderful lessons. I appreciate your entry. I really love the lesson about supporting mental health. It is very hearth warming to know that we can gain that from our pets. Thank you for sharing
#twooercent #nigeria #affable

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You are welcome, your post also make feel that very soon I will get a pet like Lola.#affable

I do agree with you. Pets can be fun. You can get used to them just like humans. I can see that with the ones @ngoenyi is keeping.
thanks for sharing.
#twopercent #nigeria

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That's really true, for me the only hard part is feeding them, because for my case the food is expensive. Thanks for your reply @benton3

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Thanks too. Ours are rabbits, the feeding for now is not that expensive. They eat carrot leaves and some other veggies. We were also told that we can use starter feeds for birds as well.

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Wow "Ours is rabbit, the feeding for now is not that expensive. The eat carrot leaves and some other veggies. We were also told that they can starter feeds for birds". That mean it's really cheap compare to a dog.

I really agree with you @cryptocheta, pets are really a great help to humans, for thousands of years dogs have fought side by side with humans with complete loyalty, when I think of dogs I automatically think about loyalty.

Great post, keep steeming hot.

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Yes they are very loyal, there was a documentary about a man that got missing in the forest, this dog was with him althrough. Sometimes even hunt for food for the owner. The dog was the only reason for the man to stay alive as he said. Thanks for your reply @whitestallion.

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Yea true, I have seen that in alot of movies, my favourite is ALPHA.

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Lol you have also watched that movie.

Great lessons sir
I have a dog pet and I see all this attribute from it and most importantly they are fun to be around with

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Yes you are right, if anyone has a dog he must see this things, and truly they are fun to be with.

You said pets give unconditional love? I really don't know how to assimilate that, still contemplating on that though.

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Yes they have unconditional love, even if you are poor, rich, ugly, pretty, hardworking, lazy and so on they still love you

Actually it's really fun having pets around cause there's a kind of joy I feel when my dog is always around me and they can also be annoying something times and are very difficult to take care of although she's late

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A fun kind of joy, you are right. Thanks for reading the post @blinks002

Nice article my friend. I don't really have interest for pets but from what you have written here i can agree with that they can support physical health, thats in the aspects dogs, i don't know much about other pets. But from what i have know about dogs, they have been helpful from the beginning. Thanks for sharing anyways. It was great reading from you.

#affable

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I didn't have interest too, but that's before. Having the first changed everything.

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Yeah! I think i, i wil also change my mentality towards this thing and go for it. But based on what i just read about Rabbit recently, i think i will go for that pet.

#affable

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Well my advice is don't rush into it, a lot of attention is needed too

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Good advice, this the reason why i didn't want to show interest.

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Good advice, this the
Reason why i didn't want
To show interest.

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It doesn't matter, you can do it if you want.

They can always offer unconditional Love

Very true @cryptocheta pets are very adorable animals. They offer support to us in any form as you've mentioned; mental and physical health. They act as companions one way or the other. Nice entry and great lessions you've explained. Thanks for sharing
#twopercent #cameroon

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Thank you @tenguhatanga, for your wonderful comments. Have you trained any pet before,because you talked with expirence. Thanks for the reply.

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From childhood I have grown with cats in the house and our neighbors had dogs too. A year ago we sold our dog called Mark. He was a nice dog.

I have learned a lot from these animals and I have studied animals and how to care for them. So I have a lot of knowledge when it comes to animal rearing

#twopercent #cameroon

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No wonder @tenguhatanga because you know you say when you talk about. Thanks again for contribution.