Why Mi-Ki Dogs are Ideal Stress Relievers

There is a lot of fear being pushed through the media. Whether you’re worried about the COVID-19 coronavirus, or the associated economic ramifications of widespread disease, or whatever the FEAR flavor-of-the-day it is, it can be very difficult to remain calm, even for those of us not normally prone to being fearful.

Have no fear… a Mi-Ki is near!

Caring for and petting a pet, especially dogs and cats, has been scientifically demonstrated to be therapeutic for people suffering from PTSD, anxiety disorders, and more. Imagine the benefits of having a dog specifically bred for companionship with an intuitive nature coming into your home to help you through life’s rough spots! That’s precisely what a Mi-Ki has been developed for!

Mi-Ki puppy power banishes all forces of evil!

Mi-Kis can help reduce anxiety, stress levels, lift depression, provide companionship, and act as a social lubricant for those of us who are nervous around others. Mi-Kis encourage us to exercise more, to have a playful spirit, and can even improve our cardiovascular health.

Mi-Kis are beneficial for people of all ages. Helping to care for a little dog can help children grow up to be more gentle, compassionate, secure, and encourages them to balance screen time with beneficial puppy playtime. The portable Mi-Ki also provides valuable companionship for older adults. It is truly hard to be sad or scared when a Mi-Ki is around offering joy and unconditional love to your life.

Pocket-sized Perfection and Protection

Mi-Kis are the perfect companions to coast through the coronavirus outbreak or even zip through a Zombie Apocalypse! Why? Well, should the world actually go to hell in a hand basket, the journey will be much sweeter with your loving, supportive Tiny Treasured Companion.

Mi-Kis don’t eat much, they don’t drink much, and they provide grab-n-go comfort on the run. And though Mi-Kis were bred not to be yappy, they will let you know when something isn’t right with their keen hearing.

Mi-Kis don’t require long walks and are content playing in your living room, which can be handy if it becomes necessary to stay at home.

Fur Therapy

Technically, long-coat Mi-Kis have hair rather than fur. But if you haven’t had the pleasure of petting a Mi-Ki, you’re in for a treat. There is something truly therapeutic and kinesthetically calming about running your fingers through the long silky coat of a Mi-Ki. It’s one of the reasons I encourage our clients with Mi-Kis that are headed into therapy work to maintain their long coats rather than shave them, if possible.

Even the act of brushing your Mi-Ki’s coat is soothing. The soft, rhythmic sounds might even induce an Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) – the relaxing ‘brain tingles’ that may have benefits for both mental and physical health, according to new research. And spending time grooming your Mi-Ki is way more satisfying than watching those viral ASMR YouTube videos of a woman brushing her hair.

Stroking, brushing, touching, and talking to a responsive, loving Mi-Ki can rapidly calm and soothe you when youโ€™re stressed or anxious. The companionship of a Mi-Ki can also ease loneliness in the comfort of your home. Additionally, getting out and getting some vitamin D from the sun while walking your dog can substantially boost your mood and ease depression.

But seriously…

Truly, we don’t want to make light of people’s suffering or minimize concerns about real world problems. A Mi-Ki is a luxury companion and some caring folks have wondered if we have a sustainable hobby during tough times.

We are staying the course to continue to raise healthy, well-socialized, wonderful companions and ensure that the Mi-Ki thrives for generations to come. We strive to continue to improve the breed, to see that the Mi-Ki gets greater recognition, and to bring joy into people’s lives. We hope that you’ll join us in enjoying the benefits of this wonderful breed, no matter what may come.

“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

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