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Pet parents admit to caring more for pets than themselves

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72% of respondents said the biggest benefit their pet provides is reducing their stress, depression, and/or anxiety.

A new survey finds two-thirds of pet parents take better care of their fur babies than themselves, but it's a two-way street.

The pet food brand Stella and Chewy's survey found 8 in 10 respondents said taking care of their pet actively encourages them to take better care of themselves.

72% of respondents said the biggest benefit their pet provides is reducing their stress, depression, and/or anxiety.

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