Petting other people’s dogs, even briefly, can boost your health

Petting other people’s dogs, even briefly, can boost your health

What’s four-legged, furry, and often serves up a quick little mood boost? That’s right, a dog. It turns out even short, friendly interactions with canines can be good for our health.

Go to full article: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2023/08/03/1190728554/dog-pet-mental-health-benefits

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