Help us ensure the beneficial role of pets in our society is acknowledged through policy, and that the wellbeing of our companion animals is safeguarded throughout their long and healthy happy lives!

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Facts about #PetPower

88 M

European households own a pet


Of doctors reported health benefits to owning a pet


Pet owners agreed their animals provided emotional support during the pandemic

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Getting a pet: how to do it responsibly?

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Pets bring so much #PetPower into our lives πŸ˜»πŸˆπŸ•πŸ‡πŸΉπŸ¦πŸ΄
But they need to be thought about, looked after and loved like any other family member.
So if you’re thinking about adopting a pet, read our blog and find out how to do so responsibly:

Being a pet parent can benefit physical wellbeing and mental health, early child development, healthy aging, and much more!
Download our Human Animal Bond booklet and find out all the science behind #PetPower!

The human-animal bond creates several emotional, psychological, and physical benefits that positively shape societies and individuals of all ages. Pet interactions can even have positive economic impacts on healthcare systems. This is #PetPower!

To enjoy all the benefits of #PetPower we need to be responsible pet parents!
Making sure our pets are healthy and happy is the best way to share a long and healthy life with them

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πŸ‘‰Vaccinating your pet against rabies protects the #PetPower & your family too

Have you heard of the Rule of 3⃣ when adopting a dog?
Any adopted animal will need time to adjust to the new home and routine

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Pets bring so much #PetPower into our lives 😻
But they need to be thought about, looked after and loved like any other family member.

So if you’re thinking about ...adopting a pet, read our blog and find out how to do so responsibly πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

For this #WorldWellbeingWeek2022, read all about the #PetPower on improving mental health in our brochure πŸ‘‰ πŸ‘ˆ


Grogu brings all his #PetPower to @animalhealthEU offices! πŸ€©πŸ•

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Major change for renters means landlords won‘t be allowed to ban pets outright

All tenants will be allowed to request a pet in their house as part of proposals in the Fairer Private Rented ...

Great news for UK pet parents! πŸ‘

Making it easier for tenants for have pets means that fewer animals have to be given up & more #PetPower for everyone!

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The lack of knowledge on the overall health benefits of the human-animal bond is a barrier that we need to break. By spreading the #PetPower we can ensure that pets and people can continue to improve each others’ lives!