Top Dog: Colorado Tops Another List About Humans and Dogs
Here's another reason to love living in Colorado: Coloradans made it to the top of another list, this one about the likelihood that we'd adopt a dog. No bones about it, Colorado, and dogs go paw in hand.
It goes without saying, but we'll say it, anyway: Dogs are the best. They're fun, they're energetic, they're loyal, and provide unconditional love. There are religions that believe that dogs will come back in their next life as a human; maybe that humans and dogs get along so well.
It's funny, in an interesting way, how your dog can just sense the mood you are in; it's one of their gifts. Maybe your dog will be able to tell you're thinking of them when you find out that Colorado has made it to to very top of a list about dogs.
It's almost rare to see someone on a hiking trail in Colorado without a dog. You wonder if that person has something against dogs. How could they be doing something so "Colorado" yet not be sharing that with a furry friend?
The betting site, Bookies.com, dived into data about each state's desire to adopt a dog, actually going through with it, and divided that into how many people live in each state. I don't know what Bookies.com plans to do with the data, but I wouldn't bet against them finding a way to make a buck.
Colorado came out on top of the list, with an overall score of 97, and it wasn't even close: Nevada and Arizona tied at #2, with a score of 87.
WHICH STATES CAME IN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE LIST?
- #46 - Iowa (Overall Score: 30)
- #47 - Indiana (Overall Score: 30)
- #48 - Michigan (Overall Score: 28)
- #49 - Arkansas (Overall Score: 22)
- #50 - South Dakota (Overall Score 7)