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t is so clear to me that pets, and in our case, dogs especially, bring so much joy and love to the table from a pure human emotional place. It’s why many of us have them and for better or worse they really add to our lives and give us layers of feelings, experiences, responsibilities and learning opportunities we never thought we’d have. So it’s good to actually get some great confirmation that not only for obvious human emotional reasons, there is actually great evidence of real benefits in owning a dog that are important to remember. I stumbled across an article in a magazine called The Market Place and read this article written by Kathy Glow. I’ll break it into a few small chunks and I think it’s a great read for sure!!!“Pets help children deal with ADHD and autism: Children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder can benefit from having a pet because it helps them develop a sense of responsibility and focus. Playing with pets helps kids burn excess energy, and caring for a pet successfully can increase kids’ self-esteem. A recently noted in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing, children with autism often bond strongly with pets and enjoy interacting with them. Autistic children who live with a pet from a young age learn greater social skills. A pet can often provide the companionship and nonjudgmental, unconditional love that such children may struggle to find among their peers. Furthermore, some autistic children’s behavior improved and outbursts decreased after play or therapy with animals, including dogs, cats guinea pigs, and horses. ” Quite simply, it is our reason for being. Pet-Ag not only provides the finest products for dogs and cats, we also make key feeding and health products for many other species, including: Esbilac® Milk Replacers for small animals; Foal-Lac® for equines; Bene-Bac® Plus for birds and reptiles; and our Zoologic® line of formulas for wildlife and exotic animals.The changes enable us to free up around to bring in a more well-rounded set of products – including supplements, grooming products and a wider array of toys, treats and accessories that we think you will enjoy. If you are missing a specific item, come in to speak with a Pack Member and they can make an appropriate suggestion that makes sense for your pet's needs.