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Adopt A Dog Near You And Make The Isolation Easier This Pandemic

Pet parents tell us how it is wise to adopt a dog and have a furball that's your pillar during the crisis.

During the quarantine period, everyone needed some form of emotional and social support to turn to as a way of coping with the uncertainty of times. For pet parents, this warmth and comfort came to them in the form of their furry companions. The searches for ‘adopt a dog’ soared as the lockdown got tougher to deal with. Isolation was combated by having a pooch around the home curling up close to you as you tried to work your way through unprecedented times. Bingedaily spoke to pet parents who tell us how their furballs have been the pillar during the crisis.

What do you stand to gain by adopting a dog during this pandemic?

Vaishnavi Rao is just starting her day. It’s almost noon and she is tinkering around with the idea of what content she should experiment with today. While she decides, her girls Eva (German Shepard), Princess Loki (Indie), Millie (Pug) make sure there is never a dull moment.

“Being a business owner and a content creator, I have always had the flexibility to work from home. But the pandemic has affected the frequency I used to step out for work. This definitely has given me a lot of time to bond with my girls. We take long walks, play on the terrace and they even help me with gardening (Lots of muddy paws)!”

Vaishnavi believes that with everything that’s going on around us, anxiousness is always around the corner. “Spending time with them makes me happy. Their love and company relieve my stress.”

Vaishnavi with her girls Eva, Princess Loki, and Millie | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Adopt a dog near you and have a 24/7 companion

As the lockdown progresses, many have often complained that in the attempt to stay confined at home and keep the virus out, there is another problem at hand, and this in isolation. Mental health is at stake as people struggle to cope with living in confinement, and it probably is the best time to adopt a dog.

Tara Gangula says the lockdown was a bonding time for her and Danny. “I started baking biscuits, cakes, and scrumptious treats for my dogs. I used different flavours daily. The walks became more personal and fun. They only got meals with the proper command which in turn helped in training them better.”

Tara also recalls making videos with the dogs as a way to keep herself busy during the quarantine period. “I would hide around the house and every time they would manage to find me. We played nearly all day long and with every win, they were awarded a treat.”

Pet parents have loved this bonding time that came as a blessing during the lockdown. “In the hustle of every day, the 24 hours go by doing daily chores, working in the office, and weekends spent in socializing with friends and family. I feel that they are neglected whilst we are busy doing our own thing.”

Tara with Danny | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

How can dogs help lower anxiety?

For Hemangi, her poodle Maxx is her comfort in the chaos. Research studies have often stated that soothing or hugging an animal when you are stressed can help calm you down and even ease depression. Pets also enable one to enjoy the feeling of living in the moment.

Emphasizing this, Hemangi says that pets have helped many people cope with the mental stress of being locked down during the Coronavirus pandemic. “With the pandemic sinking in more, work from home has been a boon for working pet parents.”

Hemangi herself is a testament to this. She has formed a stronger emotional bond with her fur baby and she says being around him almost the entire time has given her a sense of self-fulfilment. “In the pre-Covid world, he used to spend at least 6 hours in the sole company of soft music which would make him feel relaxed, as we went off to work. Clearly, Maxx is loving the lockdown!”

The duo now go for longer and silent walks in the morning, without being in a haste to get ready for office. “We take a few breaks in between the work schedule for cuddles and fetch-play and this has made Maxx feel more loved and comfortable. Understanding what kind of food he likes, investing 20 minutes daily in a training session with him and introducing him to a lot of mentally stimulating games is working out well. We now see Maxx either playing or sleeping with energy drained out.”

Adopt a dog and have a friend that never leaves!

Hemangi with Maxx | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Can you adopt a dog for free today?

Several dogs and cats too have lost their homes as their owners have either been admitted to hospitals or have succumbed to the virus. You can be the one who steps in and helps. Animals do not understand the severity of the situation and this takes a toll on them.

Sudikshya and Buzzoo have had their fair share of time this lockdown. She speaks about leaving him with her friend when she left for her hometown when the lockdown first struck. “From 5 days it became 8 months. It was a difficult phase of my life and sadly we were connecting only through Facetime.”

When Sudikshya finally managed to make her way back to the city, Buzzoo was a big boy then. “The happiness when we met was surreal. He couldn't stop wagging his tail and licking me. From September we shared different bond.”

I can’t think of a day without him, she says. “Lockdown, COVID and everything negative takes a toll on your mental health as well, and the same happened with me. Whenever I am depressed, he simply sits near me, throwing his toys towards me so that I can cheer up and forget everything. He is the source of my happiness.”

Sudikshya with Buzzoo | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Sudikshya speaks for every pet parent as she says this is some much-needed time for paw-rents to bond with their furballs. “Negative thoughts are rampant these days and pets are capable of helping drive away the blues. They do not demand time and help calm nerves and anxiety.”

“When I need some time to think, he’s my excuse to get out of the house!”

When are you adopting a pet? We promise you won’t regret it.

Culture

Adopt A Dog Near You And Make The Isolation Easier This Pandemic

Pet parents tell us how it is wise to adopt a dog and have a furball that's your pillar during the crisis.

During the quarantine period, everyone needed some form of emotional and social support to turn to as a way of coping with the uncertainty of times. For pet parents, this warmth and comfort came to them in the form of their furry companions. The searches for ‘adopt a dog’ soared as the lockdown got tougher to deal with. Isolation was combated by having a pooch around the home curling up close to you as you tried to work your way through unprecedented times. Bingedaily spoke to pet parents who tell us how their furballs have been the pillar during the crisis.

What do you stand to gain by adopting a dog during this pandemic?

Vaishnavi Rao is just starting her day. It’s almost noon and she is tinkering around with the idea of what content she should experiment with today. While she decides, her girls Eva (German Shepard), Princess Loki (Indie), Millie (Pug) make sure there is never a dull moment.

“Being a business owner and a content creator, I have always had the flexibility to work from home. But the pandemic has affected the frequency I used to step out for work. This definitely has given me a lot of time to bond with my girls. We take long walks, play on the terrace and they even help me with gardening (Lots of muddy paws)!”

Vaishnavi believes that with everything that’s going on around us, anxiousness is always around the corner. “Spending time with them makes me happy. Their love and company relieve my stress.”

Vaishnavi with her girls Eva, Princess Loki, and Millie | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Adopt a dog near you and have a 24/7 companion

As the lockdown progresses, many have often complained that in the attempt to stay confined at home and keep the virus out, there is another problem at hand, and this in isolation. Mental health is at stake as people struggle to cope with living in confinement, and it probably is the best time to adopt a dog.

Tara Gangula says the lockdown was a bonding time for her and Danny. “I started baking biscuits, cakes, and scrumptious treats for my dogs. I used different flavours daily. The walks became more personal and fun. They only got meals with the proper command which in turn helped in training them better.”

Tara also recalls making videos with the dogs as a way to keep herself busy during the quarantine period. “I would hide around the house and every time they would manage to find me. We played nearly all day long and with every win, they were awarded a treat.”

Pet parents have loved this bonding time that came as a blessing during the lockdown. “In the hustle of every day, the 24 hours go by doing daily chores, working in the office, and weekends spent in socializing with friends and family. I feel that they are neglected whilst we are busy doing our own thing.”

Tara with Danny | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

How can dogs help lower anxiety?

For Hemangi, her poodle Maxx is her comfort in the chaos. Research studies have often stated that soothing or hugging an animal when you are stressed can help calm you down and even ease depression. Pets also enable one to enjoy the feeling of living in the moment.

Emphasizing this, Hemangi says that pets have helped many people cope with the mental stress of being locked down during the Coronavirus pandemic. “With the pandemic sinking in more, work from home has been a boon for working pet parents.”

Hemangi herself is a testament to this. She has formed a stronger emotional bond with her fur baby and she says being around him almost the entire time has given her a sense of self-fulfilment. “In the pre-Covid world, he used to spend at least 6 hours in the sole company of soft music which would make him feel relaxed, as we went off to work. Clearly, Maxx is loving the lockdown!”

The duo now go for longer and silent walks in the morning, without being in a haste to get ready for office. “We take a few breaks in between the work schedule for cuddles and fetch-play and this has made Maxx feel more loved and comfortable. Understanding what kind of food he likes, investing 20 minutes daily in a training session with him and introducing him to a lot of mentally stimulating games is working out well. We now see Maxx either playing or sleeping with energy drained out.”

Adopt a dog and have a friend that never leaves!

Hemangi with Maxx | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Can you adopt a dog for free today?

Several dogs and cats too have lost their homes as their owners have either been admitted to hospitals or have succumbed to the virus. You can be the one who steps in and helps. Animals do not understand the severity of the situation and this takes a toll on them.

Sudikshya and Buzzoo have had their fair share of time this lockdown. She speaks about leaving him with her friend when she left for her hometown when the lockdown first struck. “From 5 days it became 8 months. It was a difficult phase of my life and sadly we were connecting only through Facetime.”

When Sudikshya finally managed to make her way back to the city, Buzzoo was a big boy then. “The happiness when we met was surreal. He couldn't stop wagging his tail and licking me. From September we shared different bond.”

I can’t think of a day without him, she says. “Lockdown, COVID and everything negative takes a toll on your mental health as well, and the same happened with me. Whenever I am depressed, he simply sits near me, throwing his toys towards me so that I can cheer up and forget everything. He is the source of my happiness.”

Sudikshya with Buzzoo | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Sudikshya speaks for every pet parent as she says this is some much-needed time for paw-rents to bond with their furballs. “Negative thoughts are rampant these days and pets are capable of helping drive away the blues. They do not demand time and help calm nerves and anxiety.”

“When I need some time to think, he’s my excuse to get out of the house!”

When are you adopting a pet? We promise you won’t regret it.

Culture

Adopt A Dog Near You And Make The Isolation Easier This Pandemic

Pet parents tell us how it is wise to adopt a dog and have a furball that's your pillar during the crisis.

During the quarantine period, everyone needed some form of emotional and social support to turn to as a way of coping with the uncertainty of times. For pet parents, this warmth and comfort came to them in the form of their furry companions. The searches for ‘adopt a dog’ soared as the lockdown got tougher to deal with. Isolation was combated by having a pooch around the home curling up close to you as you tried to work your way through unprecedented times. Bingedaily spoke to pet parents who tell us how their furballs have been the pillar during the crisis.

What do you stand to gain by adopting a dog during this pandemic?

Vaishnavi Rao is just starting her day. It’s almost noon and she is tinkering around with the idea of what content she should experiment with today. While she decides, her girls Eva (German Shepard), Princess Loki (Indie), Millie (Pug) make sure there is never a dull moment.

“Being a business owner and a content creator, I have always had the flexibility to work from home. But the pandemic has affected the frequency I used to step out for work. This definitely has given me a lot of time to bond with my girls. We take long walks, play on the terrace and they even help me with gardening (Lots of muddy paws)!”

Vaishnavi believes that with everything that’s going on around us, anxiousness is always around the corner. “Spending time with them makes me happy. Their love and company relieve my stress.”

Vaishnavi with her girls Eva, Princess Loki, and Millie | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Adopt a dog near you and have a 24/7 companion

As the lockdown progresses, many have often complained that in the attempt to stay confined at home and keep the virus out, there is another problem at hand, and this in isolation. Mental health is at stake as people struggle to cope with living in confinement, and it probably is the best time to adopt a dog.

Tara Gangula says the lockdown was a bonding time for her and Danny. “I started baking biscuits, cakes, and scrumptious treats for my dogs. I used different flavours daily. The walks became more personal and fun. They only got meals with the proper command which in turn helped in training them better.”

Tara also recalls making videos with the dogs as a way to keep herself busy during the quarantine period. “I would hide around the house and every time they would manage to find me. We played nearly all day long and with every win, they were awarded a treat.”

Pet parents have loved this bonding time that came as a blessing during the lockdown. “In the hustle of every day, the 24 hours go by doing daily chores, working in the office, and weekends spent in socializing with friends and family. I feel that they are neglected whilst we are busy doing our own thing.”

Tara with Danny | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

How can dogs help lower anxiety?

For Hemangi, her poodle Maxx is her comfort in the chaos. Research studies have often stated that soothing or hugging an animal when you are stressed can help calm you down and even ease depression. Pets also enable one to enjoy the feeling of living in the moment.

Emphasizing this, Hemangi says that pets have helped many people cope with the mental stress of being locked down during the Coronavirus pandemic. “With the pandemic sinking in more, work from home has been a boon for working pet parents.”

Hemangi herself is a testament to this. She has formed a stronger emotional bond with her fur baby and she says being around him almost the entire time has given her a sense of self-fulfilment. “In the pre-Covid world, he used to spend at least 6 hours in the sole company of soft music which would make him feel relaxed, as we went off to work. Clearly, Maxx is loving the lockdown!”

The duo now go for longer and silent walks in the morning, without being in a haste to get ready for office. “We take a few breaks in between the work schedule for cuddles and fetch-play and this has made Maxx feel more loved and comfortable. Understanding what kind of food he likes, investing 20 minutes daily in a training session with him and introducing him to a lot of mentally stimulating games is working out well. We now see Maxx either playing or sleeping with energy drained out.”

Adopt a dog and have a friend that never leaves!

Hemangi with Maxx | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Can you adopt a dog for free today?

Several dogs and cats too have lost their homes as their owners have either been admitted to hospitals or have succumbed to the virus. You can be the one who steps in and helps. Animals do not understand the severity of the situation and this takes a toll on them.

Sudikshya and Buzzoo have had their fair share of time this lockdown. She speaks about leaving him with her friend when she left for her hometown when the lockdown first struck. “From 5 days it became 8 months. It was a difficult phase of my life and sadly we were connecting only through Facetime.”

When Sudikshya finally managed to make her way back to the city, Buzzoo was a big boy then. “The happiness when we met was surreal. He couldn't stop wagging his tail and licking me. From September we shared different bond.”

I can’t think of a day without him, she says. “Lockdown, COVID and everything negative takes a toll on your mental health as well, and the same happened with me. Whenever I am depressed, he simply sits near me, throwing his toys towards me so that I can cheer up and forget everything. He is the source of my happiness.”

Sudikshya with Buzzoo | Adopt A Dog Near You In This Pandemic

Sudikshya speaks for every pet parent as she says this is some much-needed time for paw-rents to bond with their furballs. “Negative thoughts are rampant these days and pets are capable of helping drive away the blues. They do not demand time and help calm nerves and anxiety.”

“When I need some time to think, he’s my excuse to get out of the house!”

When are you adopting a pet? We promise you won’t regret it.

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