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Fido Helps Kids Fight Obesity

Here’s a great story about a study done in Australia  showing kids with dogs were in better shape than those without. As experts grapple with Australia’s escalating childhood obesity epidemic, new research has found owning a pet could keep children slim and healthy. A Deakin University study found that young children who own a dog are less [...]
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