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Sabrina Gage
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I have some fishes.

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I like birds as pets..
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Yeah I also have pets. I have few cats.

It sometimes feels quite good to spend time with your pets. Especially when you are depressed, spending time with your pets make your mind busy.
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I like pets very much. When I feel unhappy then few seconds spend time with my pets, I really feels very pleasant and cool also. If we give proper care and food for the pets, It's really helpful to grow well.

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I use to have street dog ,it died recently now planning to bring one Lab along with german sheperd
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My girlfriend has a dog, so when we began to live together, I had a pet. We have a very nice poodle. He likes to play, he is very funny and active. He doesn't like to be alone, but I try to cope with this anxiety. I read a lot of information on the Internet, for example mypoodle.info/behavior/separation-anxiety , which helps me to properly educate our dog. I'm sorry Archie is already an adult dog. But I believe that the behavior of the dog can be adjusted throughout life.
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Am having Chow Chow breed.

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Originally posted by Dankore
My girlfriend has a dog, so when we began to live together, I had a pet. We have a very nice poodle. He likes to play, he is very funny and active. He doesn't like to be alone, but I try to cope with this anxiety. I read a lot of information on the Internet, for example mypoodle.info/behavior/separation-anxiety , which helps me to properly educate our dog. I'm sorry Archie is already an adult dog. But I believe that the behavior of the dog can be adjusted throughout life.

Animals suffer from anxiety as often as humans do. I cured my light depression and constant anxiety thanks to vaping cbd and vaping in general, the problem has gone but the habit remained huh (I still vape but prefer kilo ejuice to cannabis).
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I can't imagine my life without cats. Recently I've got a kitten. He has some problems with health, but I was lucky to find necessary meds on Pet Express (this is a good and trustworthy pet pharmacy and now I can recommend it with confidence). So, I hope he will be fine soon.
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