Ever loved your dog so much it makes your eyes water? Yes, I think a lot of you know exactly what I mean.
Well it may or may not surprise you to discover that that look in your dogs eyes is love reciprocated. This article is published after scientific studies have revealed that there really is love in those puppy dogs eyes
Is it love? Well, that’s an question more suited to poets, but the scientists can at least assure us that there are increases in hormone levels consistent with affection when humans and dogs gaze into each other’s eyes.
Yeah, I know; that last sentence kind of bleeds every bit of sentiment out of the relationship between humans and animals and makes us both sound like big walking bags of chemicals. But you can at least be assured that when your pup looks up at you with those eyes, it’s more than just a cheap attempt to get you to give them some kibble or take them out for a walk. Read More
Paris Hilton knows what loving a dog means. She has sadly lost her little dog that was 14 years old..
Alas, the little dog has died at age 14. Hilton shared the news via Instagram on April 21.
“My heart is broken. I am so sad & devastated. After 14 amazing years together, my baby Tinkerbell has passed away of old age. I feel like I’ve lost a member of my family. She was such a special & incredible soul. We went through so much together. I can’t believe she’s gone. I will miss her & think about her for the rest of my life. I love you Tinky, you are a Legend & will never be forgotten. #RIPTinkerbell.”
She then unleashed a photo tribute to the dog on the site, dedicating her Instagram to Tinkerbell for the day and including many photos through the years of them together. Let’s take a look and remember one of the first celebrity dogs:
Thank goodness for the love of a dog. As I said at the top of this post, we have known this all along!