Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Baby Boomer Generation Why You Should Adopt A Dog

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gabe and luke doing their paperwork Baby Boomer Generation Why You Should Adopt A DogBaby Boomers are finding dog ownership to be the optimum for companionship, health, and social interaction.

BTW…The picture is of my two Boxer Dogs, Gabe (the brendel color) and Luke (the fawn color), they are very web savy they even have their own website BoxerDogBriefs.com. Click Here For All About Boxers – Complete Boxer Dog Ebook, Audio and Video Package: a complete guide to caring for, maintaining and training your Boxer dog or puppy (puppies) which both current and prospective Boxer owners will love!

Among dog-owning households, parents over the age of 45 are by far the largest group, at 24% of the total, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association, which polled 80,000 families in 2007. DogSport Magazine says 92% of its readers are between the ages of 45 and 54, and over 50% of them are women.

Baby Boomers find many benefits both physical and emotional from owning a dog. If you have ever had a dog you know they can offer affection, unconditional love, and also give a sense of safety and security.

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Pets reduce stress and help to lower blood pressure. Dog owners get more exercise do to the walking and playing with their dog. If you do not have a dog, you may really be missing out on one of the great pleasures in life.

In a recent study, people who have pet dogs are 42% percent more likely to be the appropriate weight to their height and age. Boomers with dogs and who take these little buddies for a stroll are less likely to have high blood pressure.luke working on boxerdogbriefs dot com Baby Boomer Generation Why You Should Adopt A Dog

The study also said that regular dog walkers including the boomer generation are:

* About 50% less likely have depression
* About 300% less likely not to have diabetes
* About 50% less likely to have high cholesterol
* About 200% less likely to smoke

Most boomers with dogs in this particular study were active for about an extra 30 minutes a day. Such a small investment of your time to reap life long rewards.

Studies show that walking your pet dog can speed your walking pace 28 percent, improve your balance, lower stress, lower blood pressure, which will in turn reduce the number of visits you make to your doctor.

Baby Boomer Advisor Club says…”What is the moral to this dog story? If you’re among the 40 percent of American households that have at least one pet dog. If you don’t have a dog to walk…get out there anyway and walk. Who knows maybe you will met someone who does have a dog, that you can walk with.”

Remember, as my 89 year old mother says…”I just don’t know if I can trust someone who does not like dogs.”





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2 Responses to “Baby Boomer Generation Why You Should Adopt A Dog”
  1. Morgan says:

    This is so true. I care for my dogs as if they really are my babies, most especially since I cannot conceive. And they love me back just the same. There is a different kind of comfort that they bring especially when you’re feeling down. They are very sensitive to our moods too. It’s really really fun once you realize that they do have personalities. My poodle is very jealous and kind of egoistic. He wants to be the center of attention ALL the time. My pug is very patient, but very fragile too (it freaks me out when my poodle and pug get into a fight because his eyes look like they’re about to fall out off their sockets). My pekingese has this “i dont care about you” attitude towards her comrades but is very affecionate to me. She likes to be pampered too (at the disdain of my poodle hehe). My Maltese is quite a brat. In a really adorable kind of way.

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