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Intersection

Paw-sitive Effects: Human-Animal Bond Could Benefit Both Pet and Pet Owners


According to the North American Veterinary Community, some 85 million families have a pet. Americans spent about 40 billion on animal health care last year. In return, pets may improve our quality of life and health. Tom Bohn, CEO of the North American Veterinary Community, and Dr.  Lynn R. Honeckman, a local veterinarian behaviorist, sat down with Matthew Peddie to talk about the human-animal connection pets families can have.
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Pet-Friendly Domestic Violence Shelters Keep Victims and Their Pets Together As They Escape Abuse


Pet-friendly domestic violence shelters are becoming an increasingly popular way to allow victims to keep their pets as they flee their abusers. Michelle Sperzel, CEO of Harbor House of Central Florida, joins Intersection to discuss the link between domestic violence and animal cruelty, as well as the importance of keeping victims and their pets together.
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