Nearly 1 in 4 California pet owners fear separation anxiety when they return to work, survey reveals

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CANTON, Mass. – How will I ever live without you? As many Americans have spent their time during the coronavirus stay at home orders working, living, sleeping and exercising in their houses, their pets have become used to having their humans home all day, which could pose potential emotional stress or separation anxiety when things return to usual – for both humans and their pet counterparts. Mira-Pet, a specialist in oral hygiene technology for pets, conducted a survey of 3,000 pet owners across the U.S., which revealed that almost one in four pet owners in California, 23%, were concerned about separation anxiety from their pet when they return to work once stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus pandemic have been fully lifted. From the survey results, it appeared many pet ow
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