Baby Can't Stop Laughing At Dog Popping Bubbles

Published October 10, 2019 55,900 Views $8.52 earned

Rumble / Priceless MomentsThis beautiful baby laughs out loud as he spends an adorable moment with his pet, both look like two kids having fun with the bubbles in their living room. The baby as he is still very small, he can only see how his playful dog explodes the bubbles for him, this makes the baby laugh in a very funny way, so this should be recorded, we love to record the funny moments in family like this, even more, if the reason for the laughter is a very nice dog!

Various studies and articles have proven to us in the past that having a pet at home can be beneficial to children's health. From reducing the risk of asthma to supporting children with special needs, dogs in particular are a great companion for children. In addition to these physical health benefits, a new study shows that having a dog at home also brings positive things to children's emotional health. We'll tell you what it's all about. A recent study by Kent State University analyzed the effect it had on children to have a dog in their homes and to maintain a close bond with them, with their relationship with other important people in their lives. This involved 99 children ranging in age from 9 to 11 who had a dog as a pet.

The children answered different questionnaires, in which they were asked about their relationship with their dogs, their parents and their friends. It was found that those children who felt closer to their dogs also felt more secure and more attached to their parents, and also had better ties with their best friends. The study found that this was because having a strong type of relationship (either with their pets or their parents and friends) made it very likely that their other relationships were strong as well. So in general, children who had strong ties to their dogs also had them with their family and best friends.

In addition, they found that those children who had greater physical contact with their dogs had better relationships with their mothers, although not necessarily with their fathers or their friends. While the researchers in the study don't know for sure why this is happening, they do have some theories. On the one hand, it is believed that caring for a pet makes children feel closer to the important people in their lives, or that the relationship with those people helps shape how they should treat their pets.

Another possible reason is that having a positive experience with your pet drives them to be more cooperative with their parents, and this experience with them drives them to be closer to their pets. In addition, another study by the same researchers and the same children found that when accompanied by their pets, they felt more relaxed and relaxed during stressful events or situations. Definitely having a pet, in this case a dog, not only provides benefits to the physical health of children, but also to the emotional, being a great friend and life companion.