Therapy Dogs Are New Centre For Student Development

    Today many of the institutions like school and colleges are reaching out for these therapy dogs camps to help their students get many health and mental benefits. Let's get to learn more about them. 

    21st Feb 2018
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     About Therapy Dog And Their Benefits?

    A therapy dog is a puppy trained to provide devotion and a sense of comfort to individuals in nursing facilities, schools, hospitals, retirement homes, people with learning difficulties, and stress-filled situations, such as devastation areas. There are various physical, mental and social benefits to the students. Let's unveil all of them at once.

    The benefit to students & people of having therapy dogs campus around:

    Physical fitness

    Most of the people give excuses that they do not want to hit the turf early in the morning because of no-fitness partner. Now, that excuse would be done away with. When you have a good dog at home, you can walk him/her in the morning. In this way, you can easily get a loyal partner never missing out on any day. Now, that is a serendipity for exercising enthusiasts. That’s what having a dog can do for your fitness, it can give you abs!

    Mental Boost

    After you tedious and frustrating day at the office, you need the relaxation. Most of the folks nowadays resort to yoga and meditation. These are some good activities to try every day, but you can get twice the benefit when you do it in the open air. A dog at your house means you can easily engage with the outer surroundings and engage with real people, rather than a virtual world. You want real engagement, not binary engagement. A dog can also elevate your mood with quick plays. You can take flying discs or ping-pong balls. Even tennis balls can be used as an object for playfulness and entertainment. In this way, you can deal with the stress and elevate your mental state. The bottom-line, a happy mind, and satisfied heart, the combination of blissful and blessed life.

    Social engagement

    As per the new socio-economic paradigm and neo-liberal lifestyle, a dog is a status symbol and when you have a dog, it can easily help you make more friends. At the park, or in the outdoors, at the time of walking your dog, you will have many people wishful of petting the dog. In this way, you can engage with them and make new friends outdoor easily. Most of the social engagement and conversations start with the statement” You have a Nice Dog.”

    Tips to take care of your therapy dogs:

    Everyone loves attention, don’t you? Of course, by now you must have nodded in affirmative. If you want that attention, you need to keep a smart dog with you. Everyday struggles in the life add up the stress and tension. With such stress, often humans can be subjected to severe mental and physical trauma. But, on the contrary, if you keep a good dog with you, things can completely change dramatically.

    Dogs are man’s best friend. They love you unconditionally and having a dog at home will incentivize you in different ways. If you can give proper training and guidance to the dog, they can easily help you in the daily household chores like bringing the newspaper from the lawn, throwing away the garbage bags in the dustbin outside your premises.

    They can even help you with other tasks as well. You just have to train them that way. So, when you exert so much pressure on your fluffy and furry friend, they need sufficient amount of sleep at night and best orthopedic dog bed can serve the purpose.

    These beds are specifically designed to ensure 6-7 hours of comfortable sleep for your dearest pal. Most folks avert from keeping a dog at their residence. However, it might startle you to know that doctors even recommend keeping a dog at home to manage your stress level.

    So, always care for your best buddy and give them complete relaxation and refreshment they deserve. 

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    Deep Wadhwa

    Deep Wadhwa is the founder of LinkOceans.com He has been in Digital Marketing for the last 7 years. Apart from work, he is a lyricist, guitarist, singer and a sports freak.



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