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Science | Animal Advocacy

Why We Like Animals More Than People

And science says it has nothing to do with their lack of judgment or surplus of unconditional love.

Japanese chin puppy in the sky
Photo taken and owned by the author (me), Esmeralda’s owner and humble human servant.

“In a survey by the American Animal Hospital Association, 40 percent of married female dog owners reported they received more emotional support from their pet than from…




Exploring animal welfare, animal care, and the human-animal bond.

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Rachel Greenberg

Rachel Greenberg

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