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PET

[¦pē¦ē′tē or pet]
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What does it mean when you dream about your pet?

If we have a pet that we are close to, then a dream about this animal can simply be a reflection of our everyday life experience. Alternatively, a tame animal such as a pet can represent our animal drives, though they tend to represent a domesticated version. This dream could represent a desire to be treated like a pet—to be “petted”—or to have someone else become dependent on us like a pet.

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Other popular drugs used in companion animals include heartworm medicines and vaccines.
Evidence of the powerful relationships between humans and companion animals, as well as the fact that the majority of people with such animals consider them to be part of their family, supports the premise that the social work profession should be informed about these relationships and skilled in including companion animals in their practice.
The Role of Companion Animals in Counseling and Psychology: Discovering Their Use in the Therapeutic Process provides therapists and students alike with a key to understanding how companion animals can make a difference.
PAH now offers an enhanced portfolio in beef, dairy, and companion animals, as well as a redefined product line for swine, equine and poultry.
My first premise is that planning has three phases: initial evacuation, sheltering, and reunification of companion animals with their families during the recovery phase.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates from companion animals.
After fireworks displays, animal shelters frequently report an increased number of lost companion animals, many of whom have run away from the crowds and confusion.
Some clients have made a substantial gift in their trust in return for a guarantee to find the clients' companion animals a home.
Literature on outcomes of human-animal bonding was found to be essentially anecdotal and focused on pets, companion animals, or both (Cole & Gawlinski, 1995; Duncan, 1995; Harris, Rinehart, & Gerstmanm 1993; Johannes, 1996; Rosenkoetter, 1991; Shojai, 1996; Wolcott, 1993).
The agreement covers the development of Neurogen's small molecule compounds which work through the GABA neurotransmitter system for the treatment of anxiety and cognitive dysfunction in companion animals, such as dogs and cats.
As pet owners become more health- and environment-conscious, they're starting to apply their lifestyles to their companion animals.