Getting A Dog Makes Relationships Stronger Says Research
GETTING A DOG – Dogs are dubbed as man’s best friend. They give happiness and joy to millions of families and getting a dog makes your relationship stronger according to research.
Dogs provide humans with unconditional and unwavering love and affection. Adding to this, based on research by Rover.com, they could even improve your relationship.
The study conducted by Rover revealed that 60% of couples who own a dog stated that their relationship became stronger as it was introduced in their lives.
Along with this, half of the participants said they now spend more time together thanks to their dog. However, getting a dog requires big responsibilities for both partners.
In the study, 88% of couples agree that getting a dog requires teamwork. Aside from this, 65% said that it requires trust.
The research also revealed that 33% are with their partners for about 6 years before getting a dog. Meanwhile, 28% of people believe that getting a pooch is a huge sign of commitment in a relationship.
According to an article from Unilad, many Millenials said that getting a dog and moving in together are equal levels of commitment. With this, the research also revealed something interesting.
About 43% of couples said that they became more attracted to their partners after getting a dog. This may be attributed to seeing your loved one curl up with a cute dog being too much to handle.
The findings of the research also suggested that 36% of Brits said that it would be a deal-breaker if a potential partner wasn’t a fan of dogs.
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