It was also shown that the presence of treats did not have impact on the expressions the dogs made, suggesting it wasn’t about them turning on the charm to get extra snacks. In spite of that, the researchers concluded it could be a route of communication between the owner and Bulldog.
The study did not surprise animal trainers. They knew it or were expecting for the result. Russell Hartstein said: Bulldogs give us their unconditional love, and many times people built stronger bonds with their Bulldog than another human.
As you know, Bulldogs make our lives better. They work like antidepressants to our brains and help us deal with all kind of issues. When we talk about our Bulldogs, they are marvelous souls that are ready to clown around all day long just to see their owners smiling. Our Bulldogs easily fit any kind of environment and enjoy spending time with kids. They are actually their best partners in crime!
From the moment a Bulldog walked into your life, you changed your life forever! You became a more responsible person who would rather choose to spend time with a dog than with some other human. And, there is nothing wrong with it! In the end, your dog will never betray you and aks for something in return. Well...in the worst-case scenario, he/she could ask you for a bowl of a tasty meal!