Over half of dog owners kiss their pet more than their partner and yeah, same 1 month ago

Over half of dog owners kiss their pet more than their partner and yeah, same

And wha?

Do you have a dog?

Do you love that dog?

Would you do anything for that dog including kissing it more than you kiss you partner despite the fact that your partner is inevitably a better kisser and probably hosts a lot less germs in their mouth?

Yeah? Same.

Dogs are just better than people in all ways. This is a simple fact and does not need to be explained.

It makes sense then that over half of people who have dogs tend to kiss them more than they kiss their actual partners.

Why wouldn't ye, like?

According to a survey conducted by pet food company Riley Organics, 52 percent of dog owners in the US  smooch their doggos more than their husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, and anyone else in between.

Similarly, the same amount of people admitted to preferring to sleeping with their dog over their partner.

Can't blame them, to be honest.

This comes after one study showed that men with beards carry more germs than your average dog.

Researchers from Hirslanden Clinic in Switzerland took swabs from the beards of 18 men and found that all of them contained bacteria.

They then tested the necks of 30 dogs. Just 23 of them returned results in line with that of the bearded men.

What's more is that seven of beards tested were so dirty that they actually could have caused harm to a human being's health.

Conclusion? Pets are better than men.

Shocker.