There is no doubt, pets have become a member of the family. Every day they are more valued, because beyond offering fun and companionship, their presence has a positive impact on the physical and mental health of the people, making the quality of life and the feeling of well-being increase.
Having a pet can help prevent physical ailments such as heart attacks because walking several times a day people are doing an exercise that leaves them less likely to suffer from cardiovascular diseases.
Another benefit of having pets in the house is the immune system, especially that of children, in which it is strengthened by reducing the risk of developing allergies and strengthening the body to fight other viruses.
The impact of animals on the lives of human beings is so positive that even many health programs in several countries have begun to include more pets in the therapies. In addition to the guides, there are dogs that are being trained to support diabetics or simply to be with children and the elderly.
But to make the most of them, it is necessary to take care of them, taking them to the veterinarian and keeping them healthy, since pets can also cause allergies or be carriers and transmitters of serious diseases such as rabies or toxoplasmosis. The main thing is to protect them so that their life is also last long. Pets make us a better person because they give us lessons every day.
The presence of dogs, cats, and other pets is a determining factor in the state of mind. It has been proven that having a pet is a great remedy against depression because their company increases the feeling of security and protection. Interacting with pet causes the release of oxytocin, the well-known hormone of love, generating feelings of joy and confidence in us.
Qualities of pets such as loyalty, affection, joy, are transmitted to human beings by providing them with social skills that are reflected in a better interaction and coexistence with living beings. The influence of animals, especially in children is very positive because it encourages them to interact, to assume responsibilities for their care and to strengthen values such as solidarity and respect,