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Saturday, February 17, 2018

video: Multiple Sclerosis and Dogs: 7 reasons people with MS should own a dog

Video by Aaron Boster, MD

Multiple Sclerosis and Dogs: 7 reasons people with MS should own a dog Reason #7 is health benefits. Owning a dog lowers blood pressure, lowers depression, lowers anxiety and lowers stress levels. That's very cool! Reason #6 Many dogs can be trained as therapy dogs. There are many really cool video's on YouTube about therapy dogs. Check them out! Watch this video to learn 5 more reasons people with MS should own a dog! Do you own a dog? Have you identified benefits I left out? Please share with use! Kindly leave your questions and comments below! #WeHaveMS #PetsOfMS, #MSViewsandNews,

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