Human–dog relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic


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Human–dog relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic

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A study done in Israel looks at the relationship between humans and dogs during the pandemic. The study finds that, like in the United States, there was a significant increase in dog adoptions in Israel during the pandemic. They also found a direct correlation between the mental health of the owner and the perceived quality of the life of the dog.

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Humanities & Social Sciences Communications journal published by Springer Nature

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Pandemic Pets>Pets & Mental Health

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