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‘Sister Wives’ Fans Agree Dogs Like Mosby Are Lifesavers During COVID-19 Epidemic

April 22, 2020

Sister Wives fans know that Meri Brown dotes on Mosby and the other dog that lives with Mariah. She shares photos of Mosby as often as she gets to see the little pooch. Actually, she’d love a dog for herself but resisted the temptation. Now, her fans agree that dogs like Mosby are lifesavers during the crazy time of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Sister Wives – Meri resisted the temptation to get her own dog

TV Shows Ace reported that in February, Meri met up with some puppies. She adores dogs and shared about how she resisted the temptation to get one. That came even though her BNB, Lizzie’s Heritage Inn reminded her that they’re dog-friendly. Fans know that Meri’s particularly in love with little Mosby. Mariah and Audrey keep Mosby with their other dog, Koda. But, when Meri gets the opportunity, she spends a lot of time with them.

Recall that in a previous season, fans saw Meri clinging to little Mosby as Audrey and Mariah prepared to return to Chicago. But right now, Meri seems to have access to Mosby. The Sister Wives star shares a few photos of the little fellow during the coronavirus self-distancing and quarantine. The little pup and Meri seem equally devoted to each other. Mosby really seems to cheer up her life right now. And, many fans agree their own pooches make life bearable at this difficult time.

Two photos of Mosby – fans love the little dog

In the past three days, Meri shared two photos of Mosby. In the first one, Mosby looked laid back, tuckered out and relaxed. He lay sprawled on his back on the chair with Meri. Fans loved the photo, which she described as Mosby being “tired” out. On Tuesday, she shared another photo of Mosby looking utterly blissed-out. She captioned that one with, “Puppy life… Can it get any better??” Well, many fans agree that pups really bring special meaning to their lives right now.

One Sister Wives fan remarked that “it’s no small thing to be loved by a dog.” Another fan wrote, “I learn a lot from my dogs … simplicity of life, being in the moment, unconditional love. So no, it doesn’t get any better. 🌹❤️.” But, one follower noted something more. Their comment read, “Puppy loves’ a lifesaver right now…” And, yes, love and unconditional affection seem to help a lot of fans get through the coronavirus stress.

It’s actually a fact that dogs help people with stress right now. Those who have a special love for a dog like Mosby definitely get the benefits. VOA Lifestyle noted, “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)…provide companionship; and reduce people’s stress and anxiety.” Meanwhile, “Evan MacLean … a biological anthropologist at the University of Arizona” weighed in as well. According to him, dogs bring some “welcome emotional support during the current worldwide health crisis.”

Do you agree that Meri Brown from Sister Wives looks happy and relaxed in the company of Mosby? Do you own a dog and does that help you through the epidemic? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below.

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