Most of us like pets (with dogs and cats in the forefront) as our companions. But are most of us sure about the potential health benefits these creatures irradiate in our life, and for our well-being, respectively? Read on to learn more…
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Christopher Mackenzie from Evanston, IL, asks:
My girlfriend Melanie insists that, since she has got a lovely pet, she does not only feel better from a psychological point of view but is much better in overall health. Exaggeration, Doc?
Roughly two thirds of American households share their premises with a pet. For most of those,
pets - especially cats and dogs – not only are “man’s best friend” but the best friends and companions at all. With the additional benefit of being always happy and uncritical.
Yet, most of us are not aware that these pets are helping us to feel well and even more: they help us to stay – or become – healthy.
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Dr. Mark Fritz, NMD, PhD