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There are numerous benefits to having a pet -- including that it may be good for your physical and emotional health.  If you don't own a pet, consider getting one.

While dogs and cats may be the first pets to come to mind, there are all kinds of pets with different characteristics to suit your needs and lifestyle.  One of the main considerations is to protect your health (which is easy to do if you follow standard guidelines.)

Before buying a pet, it is advisable to think through the pros and cons, including thinking about how the responsibility for caring for a pet will be carried on if you can't take care of it yourself. 

Also, learn how to live with a pet so you aren't infected by it, and your health condition doesn't cause harm.

Traveling with a pet can be easy if you make proper preparations.

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