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Dogs For Friendship

We believe that dogs do not own spirits and do not appreciate colors in what they see. Truth is, the exact thought is neglected. They have spirits and are able to see in colors. They live and interact the way we do. They have the capacity to learn as well.

Their primeval function to humans benefited them predominately in the environment we both dwell. Dogs received major advantages from living with humans, like food, shelter and protection. They also benefited the advantage of humans, in a manner we walk, for them to provide wider range to see potential predators and prey, as well as color vision that gives us better ocular discrimination. They also benefited from our skills and technology, which will offer them ease and comfort.

In return, dogs imparted their abilities by serving us. It is better to have dogs in our house than to hire a security guard to look for our property. No matter how we upset, abuse and harm the dogs, they will never turn their tail against us instead they will remain loyal. Hiring a man to guard is expensive and has the tendency to move against us. It is fine for dogs if we feed them or not, or where we want them to sleep as long as they exist in essence of living together with people.

The most extensive form of interspecies relationship in history takes place between humans and dogs. The bond of two is getting better in too many ways each era. Dogs have no souls but they have spirits, to which most known as Dogmanship. It is a new approach of judgment for people with dogs. They are able to see in colors through our aid. Dogs who are with us see life as colorful as we see it.

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