Dogs are just too adorable, and you just can’t get enough of them.
But do dog owners like to spend more time with their pets than other human beings? Well, according to a new survey, over 70 percent of dog owners preferred spending time with their pets than with other people.
A new survey conducted by Whistle, a company specializing in wearable health and location trackers for pets, asked 1,000 dog owners in America various questions about their beloved pooches.
When asked whether they like to spend time with their canines more than they liked spending time with other people, one in three respondents said yes, while 71 percent said they somewhat agreed.
According to the survey, pet owners also care deeply about their pets’ wellbeing.
Forty-nine percent of the dog owners surveyed said their dogs were their priorities, and 62 percent have made changes to their travel plans to accommodate their pooches.
Half of all respondents said that their dog’s health was more of a priority than their own.
Another new survey found that almost a third of young American couples from all around the country prefer pet parenthood over having human children of their own. No wonder the birth rates are so low these days.
The 3,800 pet owners surveyed by pet supply company Innovet Pet were on average willing to take 4 unpaid days off work to take care of their pets if they are sick.
In another example of just how much people care about their pets, over half of the respondents said they prioritized their pets’ diets over their own.
Well there you have it! Pets>Other Humans!
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