April 2014 Issue

Peace and Harmony Among Pets

They depend on identifying and solving conflicts, whether they’re food, toys or ­— most commonly — access to you

Nearly four out of 10 pet-owning households in the U.S. have more than one animal — multiple cats, dogs or a variety of other pets, according to the American Pet Products Association. No matter the combination, the potential for conflict always exists, especially with different species whose biological and behavioral imperatives run counter to each other.

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