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  • Kids get on better with their pets than their siblings
  • Kids get on better with their pets than their siblings
    Mark Robinson (2014) ©
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Kids get on better with their pets than their siblings

People love their pets – the rise of the 'pet parents' who love pampering their pooches demonstrates this. And new research suggests keeping a pet can have benefits for human children beyond simply ceasing their demands for one – furry friends can actually aid kids' development.

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