Pets struggling to adapt as owners head back to the office

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Pets struggling to adapt as owners head back to the office

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VANCOUVER -- Dog trainers and animal behaviourists are being flooded with calls from people seeking advice because their pets are having a hard time adjusting to their absence.

Pet adoption rates soared during the pandemic, as people spent more time at home and found they enjoyed the company of a furry companion.

Now that people are returning to the office – even those back for just a couple of hours a week – have noticed their dogs and cats appearing stressed.

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