Neuroscience points out that if love is defined as “strongly like the feelings of a particular individual,” many animals have the psychological qualities to appreciate love.
Studies have shown that when a dog interacts with a host, the oxytocin, known in the body as a “hug hormone”, will enhance the connection between the dog and the owner.
In addition, after the mating of the prairie voles, the body’s desire for hormone dopamine will increase, so it is inseparable. Moreover, we can also see that animals show sadness, concern and resonance to each other or human beings. This is not purposeful. If animals can speak, they believe that they will express themselves. They can understand love and love.