May 27, 2021

Pets and Seniors Make the Perfect Pair

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What if you could experience lower blood pressure, pain reduction, less loneliness, and more happiness? According to reports, these can be the positive outcomes for aging adults who regularly interact with pets.

From experiencing a therapy animal visit to volunteering with animals to having a pampered pet of your own, connecting with pets can be good for older adults.

Pets can provide valued companionship for seniors, which may go a long way toward alleviating the risks of isolation and feelings of loneliness.

Start exploring to learn how you can make pets a larger part of your life.

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Pets and Seniors Make the Perfect Pair

From experiencing a therapy animal visit to having a pampered pet of your own, connecting with pets can be good for older adults.

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