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I'm so proud of my dog because he is my best friend.

Huge dogs and their tiny owners bring big smiles in new book


I'm so proud of my cloned dogs because they give me unconditional love.

Barbra Streisand and her dog, Sammie. (Screengrab: Instagram/@barbrastreisand)


Legacy of Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand  will always inspire dog parents world-wide for dignifying her cloned dogs as people.

Barbra Streisand has revealed she successfully made two clones of her pet dog “Samantha” after she died last year. “They have different personalities, ” Streisand said of the puppies, called Miss Scarlett and Miss Violet. “I’m waiting for them to get older so I can see if they have similar brown eyes as Samantha and her seriousness.”


I'm so proud of my dog because he gives me unconditional love!



I’ m so proud of my dog ….. 

* because  my dog is a better person than most of my human friends. –* because my dog gives me unconditional love.  –   * because my dog is my most trusted friend. – *because my dogs don’t cheat on their wives. – *because my dog doesn’t date and he  is lonely like me. –  *because my dog is the world’s most notorious dancer. * because my dog trains me to do stupid human task. –  *because my dog smiles when I play with him.  * because my dog laughs like humans. –   *** And most importantly because my dog only hates humans not me. and other endless reasons. 

Dogs have hijacked human bonding system!


The bond between man and dog has been one that has lasted for thousands of years; however, we very rarely ask why. Why do we call dogs man’s best friend?’ Why are we so inclined to treat our dogs like our kids?

God made dogs for us to have as companions and helpers, and for the immeasurable pleasure and happiness they give us. Perhaps it’s a stretch to think that dogs were also meant to teach us about God’s love. With all that dogs mean to us, is that too much to consider?

Obviously, there is something very human about dogs. Is there something very Godlike about us? With all that God created, would it be unreasonable to think that God also made dogs to teach us about his love for us? It seems to me like something God would do.



       Dogs Offer Human Security

 Dogs provide a sense of security for human companions. Trained watchdogs can provide a high degree of security, while even small house dogs can offer a sense of protection by alerting their owners to approaching strangers or unusual circumstances in the home. Dogs employed by government agencies and police organizations sniff out contraband in places likes airports and large public venues to ensure public security. According to a Texas A&M website, dogs utilized specifically for security purposes require a specialized degree of training to be safe and effective for their handlers.


Dog’s Companionship

Dogs provide companionship and company. They can be a comfort to people who crave unconditional interaction with another living being. According to Vanderbilt University, dogs can decrease levels of human loneliness and give humans a sense of purpose as they care for their animal companions. This can be especially beneficial for people who live alone, don’t socialize much, are empty-nesters or recently experienced a major change of life, such as the loss of a close human companion to death or divorce.

Dogs Reduce Stress

Dogs can help reduce stress levels in human beings and are often used for therapeutic purposes in hospitals, nursing homes and hospices. Playing with a dog, exercising, walking or running can help human beings reduce stress levels and increase their health and well-being. Studies by Harvard University and Kansas State show dog interaction with humans can help combat challenges associated with some form of heart disease and autism.



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