Dog Owners Take More Photos of Their Pet Than Their Spouse

NEW STUDY  SAYS “DOG OWNERS TAKE MORE PHOTOS OF THEIR PET THAN THEIR SPOUSE”

Dogs are called man’s best friend for a reason – they’re only the most flawlessly awesome. They cherish us unequivocally, are constantly glad to see us, and provide us with hours of entertainment and laughs.

So it’s not surprising that a new study has revealed that dog owners are more likely to take photos of their precious furbabies than they are of their spouses.

For you dog owners out there, does it sound natural?

Those of you who said indeed, are most likely among the 65% of dog owners who confessed to capturing their pooch on camera more than their significant other as found by the new study that was released by Rover.com – a website for dog owners to connect with dog sitters and walkers in their area.

The study found that one of every four pet owners have confessed to taking their pet with them on a date, while 47% of dog owners feel it is more diligently to leave their pet for a week, than their human partner. Besides, 78% of the “dog people” have uncovered that they “would include their dog in family moments like marriage proposals, holiday cards and vacations”.

So how many of us can empathize with the sentiments found by the Rover.com’s research? Who else has a camera roll stocked full of cute doggy pics?

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