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You should choose a pet based on what sort of animal suits your personality and works with your lifestyle. Some types of pets are better suited to people living in small apartments while other types of pets do best on very large properties where they have lots of room to exercise. It’s important to realize that not all animals make good pets.



Old people who refuse to leave their homes because it means parting with much-loved pets are wiser than the soci
al workers who set the rules.

Owning a pet is good for you.






















Pet-owners are more cheerful, live longer, recover from illness better, and suffer f
ewer heart attacks than those who do not own pets. In a study , three groups of people with similar health back-grounds were selected. The first group were given cats, the second group dogs, and the third group were given no pets at all. Six months later, those with dogs reported only half as many health problems as those with no pets. Cat-owners also showed a benefit, although a smaller one. Perhaps this is because owning a cat does not involve taking it for healthy walks.



They make us feel respected, admired, and wanted. 'Our confidence, self-esteem and ultimately our physical health depends on this sense of well-being.'

So... pets are good for our emotional and physical health. Caring for a companion animal can provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment and lessen feelings of loneliness and isolation in all age groups. It's well known that relaxed, happy people do not become ill as often as those who suffer from stress and depression.

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