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Dr. Feng Publishes Pet Food Study

cat eating from its bowl

Do you wash your hands after interacting with or feeding your pet? You might want to start doing that if you aren’t already. Dr. Feng has recently published a fascinating study that looks at how pet owners interact and feed their pets. She makes the connection, that pet owners could be getting sick because they do not take the time to wash their hands after feeding and interacting with their pets. Take a look at this interesting study to learn more about why you should be washing your hands after you play with your pets.


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