Confessions of the world's most obsessive dog-lovers

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Everyone knows the old adage that dogs are a (wo)man's best friend. For some, the statement holds truer than for others. Some people are so obsessed with their dogs that they have conversations with them, share meals with them, throw birthday parties for them and generally treat them like human beings. Why shouldn't they? Sometimes those furry friends are the ultimate key to happiness. Several people took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to share just how much they love their dogs.

You obviously need approval before posting a pic:
Whenever I take a photo of my dog, I show her. Just so she knows how beautiful she is.

Dogs just get people sometimes:
My dog is my therapist, I tell her everything and she always makes me feel better

They're the perfect baby substitute:
I don't have children, so my dog is my baby. I dress her up any chance I get and  she actually enjoys it.

They can convey everything they're thinking with a simple look:
I treat my dog like a real person. Sometimes we have conversations for hours.

We all know who's number one in this relationship:
I am more obsessed with my dog than I am with the relationship I've been in for 6 years. My dog makes me happier.

Best excuse to ditch work:
I'm obsessed with my dog. I've called into work so I could hangout with her on rainy days.

Sorry, shotgun is permanently reserved:
I treat my dog like royalty so much that I've convinced him he's human. He has a seat at the dinner table and no one is allowed to ride in the front seat of my car except him.

Talk about a bed hog:
My dog is so spoiled. I will literally make myself uncomfortable so that she can be comfy when she sleeps in my bed.

This ought to get rid of that wet dog smell:
I swear, I treat my dog more human than necessary. I just put deodorant on him

Here comes the...bark?
I'm so obsessed with my dogs i want to marry them. Lol

It was like Kylie Jenner's birthday party all over again:
I threw my dog a birthday party yesterday, I invited his dog friends, it was a great day.

Now they have something in common to talk about at the dinner table:
I listen to the same radio station that I leave on for my puppy so we have a similar day.

This dog has a bit of a "stage five clinger" problem:
I am obsessed with my dog. I always think I bug him because I constantly follow him around to see what he's up to. I just want to cuddle.

It's like Taylor Swift wrote her songs just for this person's dog:
Every time I hear a love song, I don't think about my boyfriend. I think about my dog.

Cue the champagne toast:
My dog is my rock, my best friend, my comedian, my jogging partner, my protector, my soulmate.

Dogs are the most loyal besties for life:
My dog is my life. No one will ever mean as much to me as my dog does. That'll never change. Ever.

For more dog-lover confessions, ​check out Whisper.

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Confessions of the world's most obsessive dog-lovers
A Dutch rescue specialist holds a dog after arriving at Eindhoven Air Base, The Netherlands, on May 6, 2015, after assisting with the search for victims of the earthquake that struck Nepal. A unit of 62 people and eight dogs from the Dutch Urban Search and Rescue Team (USAR) was mobilized for the mission. AFP PHOTO / ANP / ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN --NETHERLANDS OUT-- (Photo credit should read ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
A Border Collie named 'Spring' soars as he attempts to catch a frisbee during a competition at the annual 'Woofstock 90210' dog show in Beverly Hills, California on March 8, 2015. The annual event is held to raise money for animal welfare as well as find homes for rescue dogs. AFP PHOTO/ MARK RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
SOUTH PORTLAND, ME - FEBRUARY 2: Sally, a mutt rescue dog owned by Andy Parker and Margie Kendrick of South Portland, tears across Willard Beach Sunday, February 1, 2015. (Photo by Jill Brady/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)
Customers Yvette El Sayad (L) and Jasmin Camarena hold rescue dogs inside the temporary Pup Up Dog Cafe during their fund raising event to raise money for a permanent dog cafe in Los Angeles, California on January 23, 2015. The organizers say this will be Americas first dog cafe where owners can bring their dogs to socialize as well as adopt rescue dogs. AFP PHOTO/MARK RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
ALEXANDRIA, VA - JANUARY 6: Deirdre Hyde with 'Thel', one of about two dozen dogs rescued from South Korea by the Humane Society International group and taken to the Alexandria Animal Welfare League in Alexandria, VA on January 6, 2015. The Washington-based Humane Society International reports that 23 dogs were taken from a meat farmer and 12 were flown to the DC area yesterday. The rest are expected to arrive today, Tuesday. Dog will eventually be placed in approved home thru the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria, the Animal Welfare League of Arlington, the Fairfax County Animal Shelter, The Loudoun County Animal Services, the City of Manassas Animal Control and Adoption Center and the Washington Animal Rescue League. The farmer raised the dogs for human consumption and accepted compensation to stop farming dogs for meat but will grow bluberries instead. (Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
WITH AFP STORY BY ROBERT MACPHERSON: LIFESTYLE-US-SKOREA-ANIMALS A dog called Snowball rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea settles into the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria shelter January 5, 2015. A total of 23 dogs destined to be killed for human consumption in South Korea are being imported into the United States this week to be put up for adoption as pets, in the first such dog rescue of its kind. AFP PHOTO / ROBERT MACPHERSON (Photo credit should read Robert MacPherson/AFP/Getty Images)
Kyra was thrown out to die in Northern Greece and rescued. Roosevelt Island in the Manhattan Borough of New York, New York, USA. Manhattan Borough of New York, New York, USA.
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