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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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8) While both of these analyses provide valid frameworks for assessing the treatment of companion animals in pet custody disputes, they do not adequately provide for the best interests of the parties involved.
North America is estimated to dominate the companion animals drug market with maximum market share by end of 2015.
First, companion animals are classified as the property of their human companions, even though human companions do not think of their companion animals as property, (14) leaving plaintiffs with limited recourse to recover for their loss.
Research concerning the strong associations between human-animal interactions (HAI) and health benefits in people can provide the necessary scientific evidence for companion animals to be viewed as a source of therapy (20).
Through this transaction, we intend to further expand our European presence, bolster our growing portfolio of companion animal medicines and diversify our food animal portfolio with new swine and poultry products.
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
The powerful bond between people and pets; our boundless connections to companion animals.
Damages for intentional infliction of emotional distress are available in claims that arise out of loss or damage to personal property, including companion animals, in many jurisdictions.
Now, back to the theme of companion animals and the importance of taking them into consideration in planning for national disaster responses.