Pet Care Community Shares Tips for Keeping Pandemic Pets


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America’s pet care community shared an infographic to help people transition pandemic pets to a lifelong part of the family. 

 

Developed by the American Pet Products AssociationPet Industry Distributors AssociationPet Industry Joint Advisory Council and World Pet Association, the new infographic provides information for various situations and is designed to help pet owners and fosters make informed and responsible decisions in the best interests of both the pet and the family. Whatever each individual or family’s changing circumstances are, or how the pet is reacting, there are ways to support their pet ownership journey to give them the opportunity to continue enjoying the scientifically-proven mental and physical health benefits of animal companionship. 

 

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