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life with pets
Let’s talk about both the little things and big moments of life with pets. Like exercise routines, pet-sitter checklists, pet-safe plants…and how much it all costs.
We asked both animal behaviorists and human psychologists how you can deal with leaving your dog home alone.
How the “love hormone” oxytocin connects us with our pups.
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This isn’t exactly like The Wizard of Oz’s “Horse of a Different Color” scenario, but it’s not not that.
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Where they lead, we will follow.
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