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If you never experienced owning a dog before, then this is probably the perfect time for you to adopt one. Dogs offer more than just friendship. They are silly animals who will never fail to make you smile and laugh.

The coronavirus pandemic caused a lot of rescue dogs to get stuck in shelters. They have nowhere to go, and mist of them are ready for a forever home and a loving family. If you’re unsure about adopting dogs, you can consider fostering one for a couple of weeks.

Fostering a shelter dog during the pandemic is a win for everyone. You get to experience the unconditional love and friendship that dogs offer, it helps the shelter out by freeing up kennel space to rescue more dogs, and the dogs get to experience a home environment and become ready for adoption.

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If you’re working at home because of the pandemic, it’s a great way to fully experience what it would be like to be a dog owner. After fostering a dog, you’ll surely want to adopt a rescue dog from the shelter, or you can even consider foster failing and adopting the dog you’re fostering. Adopting a dog will let you gain a loyal friend for life and a companion to make you smile and laugh when you need it the most.

The amazing thing about dogs is that they seem to know how we feel. Whenever I feel depressed, my dog reacts by giving me licks in the face and cuddles with me on the couch, which lifts my mood. Dogs are great listeners, and you can tell them all about your day at work and your problems without being judged.

Dogs are creatures of pure love. They don’t care what comes yesterday. All they care about is living in the moment, and you will surely learn that spending time with your loved one and not worrying too much about the future is what matters most. Here’s a heartwarming video showing different dogs with their humans, which will surely encourage you to adopt one from your local animal shelter.

Video Source The Dodo via YouTube

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