The saying "dogs are man's best friend" has been around forever. Humans have established strong and lasting bonds with their dogs. We feed and shelter them. We laugh with them in antics, we experiment with them, and we give them affection and love. In return, we receive fun, affection, exercise, unconditional love, and trust. We are worried about dogs when they look sad when they are sick. We grieve them deeply as they passed.
In addition to the benefits we receive from our daily interaction with our dogs, it has been shown that dogs have a positive effect on physical and emotional well-being. This is illustrated by the thousands of stories we hear about dog owners who find it difficult to forget their furry companion when they passed. The story of American movie star Ryan Gosling and his late dog George is one of such stories.
Ryan Gosling has many fans. But there is one particular friend who really impressed. During her appearance on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Friday, the “Blade Runner 2049” actor opened up about the loss of his beloved dog, George, who recently died at the age of 17.
"He died in December and was a good friend of mine," Gosling told host Ellen DeGeneres. "It's funny to say" dog "because I feel; there was something about George where I think he felt like being a dog was beneath him."
For years, Gosling will travel and attend interviews with George, with whom he has been with "almost every movie." He even wore a T-shirt with George's face on it at the end of his hosting gig on the “Saturday Night Live” Season 43 premiere last weekend.