According to the study, a third would leave their own bed and sleep on the floor next to their pet if it was ill, the Daily Mail reported.
Half claim that they say “hello” to their dog or cat before anyone else when they get home.
Men, however, seem to be a little less devoted.
Only 12 percent said they would split up with their partner if their pet didn’t take to her.
The study, carried out by an animal health organisation, found that 40 percent of the 1,094 pet owners surveyed would risk their own life to save their animal if it were in danger.
Half insisted they would spare no expense on treatment if their pet was ill – although a similar number forget to keep their vaccines up to date.
The study by animal health organisation NOAH (National Office of Animal Health) shows just how important pets are to Britain’s animal lovers.
NOAH’s new “I heart my pet” campaign encourages caring owners to seek expert advice on preventative healthcare measures to ensure their animals stay fit and well all year round.
It seems that not only do we look to our pets for advise on dating, but many confess to discussing other matters with them.
One in five - 20 per cent - regularly chat to their animal about the weather.
And 60 percent celebrate special occasions together, such as birthdays and even Valentine’s, Mother’s and Father’s days.
“The vast majority of pet owners agree being a responsible pet owner means caring for your pet, feeding it, exercising it and giving it attention,” NOAH Chief Executive, Philip Sketchley said.
“While we wouldn’t advocate heroics that could put their own lives at risk, it’s important people ensure they’re fully informed on how to look after animals,” he said.
The study found 10 percent said that they would save money by stopping smoking, or by cutting down, rather than have to reduce the amount spent on their pet.