According to scientific studies, kissing can also be a natural form of relaxant.
It enhances the release of calming hormones, boosts the immune system and lowers blood pressure.
This totally sounds great, right? But how about if there’s nobody to give you constant kisses? How about having a healthier gut instead?
Some researchers from the University of Arizona studied how human interaction with dogs improves health. They found out that it has a positive effect on the growth of healthy bacteria. Well, you might want to consider having a pawed best friend instead to shower you with lots of smooches.
A video of an adorable dog who likes giving kisses was posted on the Second Chance Rescue page.
It seems that the volunteer on the video was enjoying the extra sweetness of the adorable pup.
Meet Alpine, the seven-year-old pup who the New York-based organization pulled from a local shelter. They also posted some pictures of this adorable, quite serious looking dog to encourage his adoption. Well, he might appear a little stern on his photos, but this pup is a playful one.
Alpine is an ideal family dog for households with children as he is gentle, and kids can play and fondle him. The center had information that he had lived in a family with kids previously and with a smaller dog. He can also live harmoniously with a cat, though he may have difficulty living with some larger-sized dogs.
Since Alpine is an older dog, those who would choose to adopt him will be so lucky to have a dog that is trouble-free. He does not have any tendency to create mess and clutter in the house since he has a mellow personality. Additionally, he is well-trained and is at ease being in a leash while walking.
The organization aims to give shelter dogs like Alpine a second chance to have a loving family and a forever home.
Credit: Second Chance Rescue NYC Dogs on Facebook
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