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home:othertreatments:pets [04.24.2009]
neldawhite
home:othertreatments:pets [01.03.2012]
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 +====== Pet therapy ======
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 +Patients suffering from even mild forms of stress, anxiety, or depression may want to consider getting or interacting with a **pet**. Interaction with pets has a well-defined positive favorable effect on psychopathological status and perception of quality of life.(({{pubmed>​long:​16191447}}))
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 +===== Patient experiences =====
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 +<​blockquote>​
 +My dog is my new best mate, and I am instantly feeling much better emotionally for having him. And I mean I "​REALLY"​ feel better. I go out more, I walk more and I laugh more, I have something else to think about other than my sarc symptoms and medication. It is quite remarkable the power of pets.
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 +//**Kev**, MarshallProtocol.com//​ </​blockquote>​
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 +<​blockquote>​
 +Hubby bought me two hair dogs, both hypo-allergenic. ​ One shih tzu and a lhasa apsa (poppi). ​ One is kept fairly short-haired and the other long, but I have never had a reaction to either. They are both medically-approved companion pups as the docs realize how much time I spend alone and indoors and I need them as much as I need my Benicar.
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 +//**Lee**, MarshallProtocol.com//​ </​blockquote>​
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 +{{tag>​non-MP_therapies}}
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 +===== Notes and comments =====
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 +  * Legacy content
 +    * http://​www.marshallprotocol.com/​view_topic.php?​id=4446&​forum_id=37&​jump_to=46210#​p46210 s98
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 +
 +===== References =====
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