The answer is yes. Make that a double YES. Lots of dogs mean lots and lots of happiness and good other things.
Compiled by David Stone
for the Roosevelt Island Daily News
Why is it better?
Q: Why is a world of dogs better than any other kind?
A: It’s simple—because in a world of dogs, you get unconditional love 24/7. What more could you want?
Although I love cats, I admit they’re harder to please in general. Some might say they’re pickier, but some think cats are just stuck-up snobs. They’re so damn beautiful, they get away with it.
What are the benefits?
Q: What are some of the benefits of living in a world full of dogs?
A: Well, for starters, your days will always be filled with infinite licks and lots of tail-wagging joy. Plus, you’ll never have to worry about being alone again, because there’s always someone ready to take a walk or curl up by your side.
Who wouldn’t love that?
And studies have shown that better personal and emotional health is a gift given most generously by our canine companions.
Will dogs obey me or be that much more stubborn?
Q: Will all these dogs obey my commands?
A: Ha! Well, not right away—but if you put in the time and commitment to train them properly, then yes!
Dogs can be amazingly loyal and obedient when given consistent guidance and love. Pack animals like dogs love to follow leaders.
Oh, just a reminder. That’s you.
Can I have too many dogs?
Q: Is there such a thing as having too many dogs at once?
A: Yes, most certainly! Having too many pups all at once might get overwhelming. We suggest starting with just one or two furry friends so that you can give them the care and attention that they need.
All animals, including the human animal, crave love, respect and interaction. Make sure you have enough on hand for as many as you have. And don’t add more until you do.