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Let us face the truth. We all love pets, especially cute young dogs. But what some people do to dogs isn’t right.
Yelling at them, beating them, caging them for long. Too satanic. Dogs, like human beings, need love. They need love desperately. That is why your dog will always stay loyal hoping to receive that eternal love from you.
A neglected old dog
A neglected old dog will always remain neglected unless you adopt him. You can see it in his eyes. You can feel his rage. Imagine someone yelling at you. Would you like it? What if you are beaten up each morning for no apparent reason? I guess you’ll love it. Isn’t it? Okay, let us put you in a “DARK HOUSE aka CAGE” for a week and come for the results.
Old dogs need love. And not just love, but eternal love.
Most people won’t buy into the idea of adopting an old dog. However, giving him/her a home can be very rewarding.
And here is why:
1. They are more mellow
With the peak-energy times behind him, an elderly dog is likely to be satisfied spending most of his time snoozing by your side and giving you the “cool & calm” company you need.
They are more mellow, affectionate, appreciative, and loyal than those rambunctious puppies that demand regular trimming, nurturing and constant attention.
2. An older dog does necessarily mean a “problem dog”
Don’t think that an older dog at a shelter was chased from his home due to gross behavioral misconduct.
Maybe his owner died. So, embrace one and let him give you that cool company.
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3. Senior citizens for senior dogs
Since older dogs are calmer and more trained, they can make a good companion with older citizens.
4. You might be an old dog’s last chance
Most people don’t love older dogs. So, if you really need a real companion, then adopt an older dog. Besides, you may be his last chance of being adopted.