Man’s Best Friend


It is time for Green Doggie Bags finest. Our love of animals companions and taking them great treats as we enjoy them as our own loyal treat to life.

To adopt a new best friend or should my first ever be a rescue. Which ever way is chosen I’ll know it felt right and I’m looking to train and be knowledgeable of reading the signals of my and other dogs.

I never knew what is was like to have pets you could pet as a child. The closest I learned to take care of was fish and that was all to be tolerated as my mother was not one for indoor pet smell to say the least. She didn’t want to give anymore love up. Twenty 25 years later and now I have broke the natural jump if an unchained dog is giving me that I am ready to chase you stare. Does it want to bite me or is it playing?

As I walk the earth man wants to understand nature apart of that to me is having pets. Dog whisperer is an interesting accomplishment to look to but I’ll stick with the basics of why dog are great for us.

I mean let’s face it the ancient Egyptians were buried with their dogs. Our affection traces back long. The Dogs are descendants of gray wolf. Ever imagine a taking that wolf from the mountains home with you if just didn’t have to be so worried about the fangs? Of course you have it is only natural.

Let’s think back and imagine a natural love so strong that some think humans domesticated dogs for us, but it is suggested that dogs were smart enough to notice the love we possibly would share to get out of hardship and into a HVAC heated home. We do know now that we mutually benefit each other with the bond.



We wouldn’t allow this dog to continue searching for the meal in here long these days. So I believe they were smart enough to show us their domestication through knowing our emotional pulls. I can see that gray wolf going getting tummy rubbed for the first moment and instantly evolving from the initial touch. Who else could do it like that besides our connection.

What does a dog do for us and where do we benefit with them in our personal lives? 

So what we take on the enhanced budget of making sure our dogs stay healthy let alone the carpet cleaning  we should be keeping the carpet fresh on a scheduled basis as well. The life long benefits the dog will provide to our hearts will carry and propel day to day.

Did you know a dog can increase the mood you have. Our brain releases dopamine and serotonin when we engage in playing with your puppy. This is the ultimate peace and tranquility we are searching for when stress levels are high. Surprisingly it’s relaxing for both of you.

High blood pressure? Get a dog and you may end up lowering just from the connection of relaxing, spending bonding time, and speaking to your dog. Naturally having a dog can encourage and inspire healthy routines and physical fitness and wellness. You already have to go for a couple walks per day so you mine as well get some productivity and boost healthy habits. If and when there ever was an injury, just because you have a dog your a statistic to recover faster than a human without.

Part 2 Coming Soon