Mans--and woman's--best friend

April 2006
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Apr2006, Issue 282, p24
The article examines the health benefits of walking a dog. The participants are affirming that they consider walking a pleasant activity instead of a chore through having a dog to walk along with. Walking a dog also reduces the weight of those participants. Participants asserted that their relationship with their dog walking partner has a positive impact of their lives.


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