National Geographic

Photo @ladzinski / Adorableness aside, companionship from pets is proven to lower blood pressure and increase oxytocin, a hormone that reduces stress. Research has further shown that pet owners experience less illness and faster recovery from serious health conditions. Active pets, like dogs, encourage us to exercise more, even on those chilly mornings when we don’t want to, by spending time outside going for walks. This photo here is of my dog, Vesper, taken with an #infrared camera in the wintery mountains of colorado. The “rings” in the photo are the result of lens flare from shooting into the sun.

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@peanutandsnowy30

Such a fantasric picture!!!

@yolandasuarez7

@f.chavez98 Mira nomas que belleza 😍

@pritibella

💞💙

@tanechkakrupenko

Очень!!!

@themartinu

🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

@daniela_ix_chel18

Beautiful, I love Arya 😍

@molinagabrielav

@zhalogram buscaremos uno 😚

@m.emin1527

@canan.canakkale vizeleri düşündükçe ben rfk 😂

@twosmall2.gs

Adorable puppy 💞. Love the photo.

@ed_coupe

In contrast, companionship from humans is proven to lead to premature aging and emotional disaster

@williampurcell1620

Is that photo shopped

@lily_nunn08

That is the cutest ever!!!

@courtneymcconnochie

@jlg9 ok fine we hey one but somewhere where there is naturw to walk him

@insta_bhupi

Nice angle!👍

@ali.msd1990

So cute & naughty dog 😍😍😘😊💖💖🌹🌹🌹

@nick_brownn

Everyone digs puppies!

@almasan_dani

@beedle88 puppy from Boulder, a place close to my heart

@jusmathew

Mesmerizing Beauty 😍😘😍

@alibreeninsta

@stephanieflorentina look at this shot of this little bear

@boedha_the_frenchie

Love this ❤️

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