Pets and Stress

Pets and Stress

As an Animal Lover and a Stress Management Expert, I couldn't wait to blend my two passions together into these information filled pages for you.

Pets and Stress Relief

Find out how your furry best friend can help you with your efforts to relieve your stress.

Natural Oxytocin: Pets and the Love Hormone

Information on the connection between you, your pets, and the increase of the chemical Oxytocin for both you and your pet. Also find out how it can help to lower your stress levels.

Health Benefits of Pets

Spending time with your pet can lower your stress, your cholesterol and more! Find out why having a pet may be good for your health.

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Stress and Pets

You aren't the only one in your family that experiences stress. Your pet does to! Find out some of the common causes of stress on your pet and what you can do to help relieve it.

Happiness is Pets!

This is your chance to show off your best friend and share a thoughts on why your pet decreases your stress and increases your happiness.

A Good Cause: The Story of Kai and Patches

Follow along with the story of Kai and Patches: Two dogs who needed special care and attention to help them deal with the stress of long-term boarding.

As you read through many of the pages relating to pets and stress, it'll become quite clear that having a pet can be very beneficial to your physical and mental health. But before you rush out to get your next best friend, be sure to do your research.

Pets are a big responsibility and a LOT of work. Getting the right pet for you is the key in creating a relationship that is beneficial to both you and your pet. In addition to choosing the right pet, being prepared and understanding what is involved in caring for and raising your new buddy is essential before you bring them home.

Being prepared for the arrival of your new friend is absolutely essential to making this a joyful experience instead of a stressful one.

Check out some of these great resources from Amazon that can help you in bringing home a new pet:

If you're ready to go in search of a new pet, remember that there are many homeless pets in need. Please consider adopting or rescuing your next companion.

Pet Adoption

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