Every good dog deserves pets. So it is no surprise that even the statues of dogs get pets from locals and tourists.

Many statues are made from bronze. Over time bronze statues can oxidize and this can cause the statues to darken. Only regular petting will keep them bright and shiny. Folks, you know what to do.

Check out these statues of our four legged friends that are getting a ton of love.

When passing over the Charles Bridge in Prague, tourists often stop to give a few pets to this knight's trusted pal. You can see that many people have stopped to pay their respects to this loyal friend as the dog shines bright.

Greyfriars Bobby was a Skye Terrier who became known in 19th-century Edinburgh for spending 14 years guarding the grave of his owner until he died in 1872. He was honored in 1873 with this fountain where his statue looks on.

A metro station in Moscow has a statue dedicated to a soldier and his dog. Many travelers stop to give a good pet to this dog's snoot. They say that doing this can bring you good luck!

This Husky statue named King Husky means a lot to the students and tourists who visit Northeastern University. For years, students have rubbed his snout for good luck and for good grades. Many students also make sure to visit him on their last day of senior year to share a friendly goodbye pet.

This Great Dane statue is ready to meet you and shake your hand in Chattanooga. Make sure that you say hello next time you are in Renaissance Park. He will be there waiting for you!

After checking out all these sweet pups, make sure to give your pup a ton of pets and love today.

They deserve it!