Q:) What do Dogs and Trees have in common? A:) Bark!
“All trees have bark. All dogs bark. Therefore, all dogs are trees.” Anonymous
Dogs, humans, and all earthly breathing creatures, can’t live without trees. Trees create cleaner oxygen, and without oxygen in the air, we would all be kaput! Since dogs inhale and bark out into the air, and trees create the air dogs breathe, they are united and one! Trees have bark, dogs have bark, so let’s stop pussy footing around, and save both!
Every single cell in a canine’s furry body needs oxygen. Here’s the barking news; dogs (and you) inhale oxygen gas, and then exhale carbon dioxide. Trees take over and absorb the carbon dioxide from the air through the leaves, turn it into sugar, and make it a special treat (tree food), then release gases not used back into the air. Busy trees keeping us all purring!
We owe a great deal of appreciation and support to our leafed defenders – the trees. Dogs and pet parents can’t survive in an environment with purely carbon dioxide air. Simply, we would roll over and die! So the next time you walk your dog, and it leans in to mark a standing tree, remember they have a special bond, they both bark. And as a society that often takes much for granted, we should do everything we can to save and rescue both trees that give life, and animals that give love… ADOPT!