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Companion Animals Help People with Mental Health Problems

A review of research analyzed the extent, nature, and quality of the evidence For many people, sharing their lives with a companion animal (aka pet) has positive benefits while for some it doesn't. My own take on these matters is that regardless of what the science says, if living with a nonhuman companion works...
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Punishment-Based Dog Training a Risk Factor for Euthanasia?

A new study examines reasons why dogs are relinquished or killed. Because one of my main areas of research interest is animal euthanasia, I am always on the lookout for articles in the scholarly literature with “euthanasia” in the title. The article that caught my eye this morning was from the most recent issue...
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How Much Do Americans Spend on Their Pets?

45% of Pet Owners Spend the Same or More on Their Pet’s Healthcare Than Their Own LendEDU surveyed 1,000 American pet owners to ask them about their spending for their pets and how it affects their personal finances. 20% of respondents have gone into debt caring for their pet at an average of...
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Meet: The Bichon Frise

With a fluffy cloud-like coat, a permanent smile and an endearing desire to love and be loved, there’s no other dog we could be talking about but the charming Bichon Frise. Origin Originating from the Mediterranean countries, Bichon Frise means ‘curly lap dog’ in French. Sailors would often give...
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Weight Management Dog Food Explained

Keeping your dog in good shape all starts with the right diet. Because just like us humans, when our pups eat too much of the wrong foods the weight can pile on. While not eating enough can lead to weight loss and malnutrition. Diet contributes to your dog’s overall health and wellbeing, which is why it’s so...
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Puppy Food – A Guide To Getting It Right From The Start

Your adorable bundle of fur may be small now, but they grow up fast. To support their growth, puppies need the right nutrition for healthy bones, teeth and muscle. A good diet should give your puppy all the energy they need for exploring and playtime. Because let’s face it, that’s what being a puppy is all about! 
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Large Breed Dogs Nutritional Requirements

Large and giant breeds have different nutritional needs to smaller dogs throughout their lives, beginning as puppies where they have a much slower growth rate than small breeds. Feeding the wrong diet to these larger dogs during growth can cause skeletal disorders either through feeding too much (with the excessive calories affect their growth) or through feeding...

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Jessica Pierce, Ph.D

Bioethicist

Jessica specialises in the ethics of keeping pets and is a respected author for Psychology Today. Her 2009 book Wild Justice: The Moral Lives of Animals, written in collaboration with cognitive ethologist Marc Bekoff, builds a scientific case that nonhuman animals exhibit a broad range of prosocial behaviors, including empathy, cooperation and fairness.

Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D

Biologist

Rupert Sheldrake, Ph.D is an internationally renowned biologist who has conducted research into and writes about the unexplained power of animals and his research into the existence of animal telepathy.

Marc Bekoff, Ph.D

Biologist, ethologist and behavioural ecologist

Marc is Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He offers unique insights into the relationship between humans and their companion dogs on a deep emotional level and has his articles regularly published on Psychology today.

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