Pets For Vets

PETS FOR VETS

DV Medical’s president Neal Hyams proudly wearing a iHeartDogs.com and iHeartCats.com product.

Purchasing this bracelet helps the organization pair service dogs with Veterans suffering from a disability or PTSD.
We are sharing this because they also donate a shelter meal for every social media post and because you should really check them out!!

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The Special Bond With Your Dog

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Bonding with your dog Image: dogslife.com

Chemical bonding is a lasting attraction between two atoms creating an attraction with opposing charges. Much like this known fact, the bond of a mother and her child is a strong bond just like the bond between a dog and its owner. Many people will describe their dog just like a mother will describe their child to a stranger. According to biological factors of the body, once you have had a close bond with your dog, making eye-contact with a dog releases a chemical called oxytocin in both parties. This same chemical is released when a mother and her child make eye-contact, which is why once your dog is mindful of this bond they will attribute more child-like behaviors. Many dogs after having the realization of the close bond with their owner they will start to share emotions and the most common shared emotion is yawning. Having a great bond with your dog is a good thing not only for the gain of trust of your dog but as well as the happiness that is gained along the way. This is why DV Medical Supply, Inc. believes that the bond between you and your furry friend is a very special once.