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    Pets

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    love and the health benefits they provide us with, fairly earn them the top spot on the long list of pets. My Golden Retriever, Missy, came to me about half a year ago and she has completely changed my life. She is the most energetic and playful dog I’ve ever seen and as sweet as a cupcake (but I don’t want to eat her… even though I’d really enjoy a cupcake right now). I don’t consider her as a pet but as a true friend who is always there for me when I ne...

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    The Ultimate Pet: A Pet Rock A pet rock can be as comforting to me as any canine or feline. Some would believe that a man's best friend is a dog. However, living in a confined two bedroom apartment, I do not have the luxury or permission for a forty pound dog to be plopping around. This is why I have found comfort in my pet rock. A pet rock can replace many of the duties, such as a companionship, I can get from a pet dog or cat. When I go shopping for a pet, I look for the appropriate

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    Importance Of Pets

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    Pets Accessories, Toys, and Stimulant to Keep Our Pet Active Pet accessories, toys, and stimulant are important as they are the key attributes in maintaining the health of your pet. For pets to live contentedly, they will need some accessories and toys. Be it at home or during travel, pets need to look good yet remain comfortable. That said, it is your duty as the pet owner to decide what type of accessories best fits your pet. Therefore, you have to dig up information with regards to the kind of

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    My Pet

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    My Pet Would you like to live a happy and productive life? Then get pets! I must admit it is hard to believe that domesticated animals can promote mental and physical health, but many studies have shown that they can. On the other hand, you must find a pet that is compatible with you or with your life style. Maintaining good mental health is crucial for living a "normal" life. Many psychiatrists have found that patients with anger management problems can be calmer with a pet around the house

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    pet therapy

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    1. Studies have shown that the children who grow up in homes with animals have a better ability to show empathy later and as adults. Pets are easy to communicate with, and their body language is much simpler than a human’s. This simple body language allows children to learn to empathize with them, a skill they can carry with them as they go through life (Holistic Online, 2007). Every person needs physical touch, no matter what. We are made to thrive off of it. There are some people that for whatever

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    Pet Therapy

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    Pet Therapy A bus carrying several clinical students from the local college pulls up in front of the nursing home. The students begin to unload some boxes which contain puppies and kittens ranging in age from three to six months. Once inside, the students begin to pass the puppies and kittens out to the patients that are waiting expectantly in the recreation room. Some patients are alone, some are in groups, but all are delighted to see the animals arrive. As the animals are being passed

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    Pet Microchips

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    Pet Microchips Many families have had the agonizing experience of losing their beloved pets. Lost dogs, puppies, and cats end up in shelters around the country with no way of contacting an owner. State wide license laws are supposed to aide in returning lost dogs to their owners, but in many cases these laws do not end up working. Many individuals do not follow the law close enough, do not have enough money to pay for a license, or dogs lose their collars or tags. Other families tattoo their dogs

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    Pet Benefits

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    “Over 71 million American households [about 62%] have a pet, with most people considering their pets as members of the family (Cadciotti and Zuckerman)”. Pet ownership has become increasingly common. They are often thought of as companions and just another member of the family but they can be so much more. They provide many other great benefits to the people they interact with. “ Some research studies have found that people who have a pet have healthier hearts, stay home sick less often, make fewer

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    Owning Pets

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    Today, owning a pet is a widespread phenomenon and its become more common with people. As animal kept as a companion animal is an animal kept primarily for a person or protection and Its different to thats pets for work or for experiments which are kept for purpose or research. There are millions types of them all over the world. I chose this topic because I think its an interesting topic and I interested in pets. It is an important topic because there are not much people know about pets life. I learned

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    The Importance Of Pets

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    impossible to live without ever encountering an animal. It is almost as impossible to live without ever being a pet owner. According to the Humane Society of the United States, in 2012, 62% of American households owned pets. The total amount of pets owned by that 62% was roughly 164 million pets (Humane Society of the United States). Think back two years; were you part of that 62%? How did your pet influence you? Did it make you laugh and smile? Did it ever calm you down in a crisis? Did it shower you with

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