This Man Fainted in the Middle of the Street, What His Dog Did Will Leave You in AWE!!!
The first traces of symbiotic bond between canines and humans were found in Palestinian pet burial sites, they date back about 12,000 years. Greece to Egypt to the Aztecs of Mexico, the dog-human relationship has been always so strong, it was incorporated into legends, myths and religions. But why are dogs so loyal? It is believed that dog’s mentality is similar to a 2-year-old child. All they want and strive for is to love and be loved, just like kids. Dogs are naturally very affectionate, those that don’t seem to be, were taught by humans to be that way. Dogs are also pack animals, they love to be a part of a family, doesn’t matter if it’s a human or an animal one. You see those videos of soldiers coming back home and their dogs meeting them with all the love they have. They sense, they remember. Dogs are not just pets, they are willing to die for their owner. Did you know that During WWI, Allied forces employed 30,000 canines, in the Second World War 12,000 dogs were used by the United States alone?