There are roughly FORTY puppies ready for adoption from the Humane Society right now. Just think what a little puppy cuddling, puppy breath and puppy teeth could add to you overall quality of life! It’s not just me, people, I’ve got research to prove it:
“Now there’s new research from the University of Missouri-Columbia suggesting the hormonal changes that occur when humans and dogs interact could help people cope with depression and certain stress-related disorders. Preliminary results from a study show that a few minutes of petting our pet dog prompts a release of a number of “feel good” hormones in humans, including serotonin, prolactin and oxytocin.”
There you have it. You need some puppy love!
To learn more about how you can take part in the puppy zen, contact the Humane Society, a no-kill shelter, at 912-264-1191.