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Pets estimated to save the NHS £2.45 billion

15/12/2016

Really important economic evidence for the work of Our Special Friends.


A study written by internationally respected animal welfare and business experts, Companion Animal Economics, examines available evidence on the direct and indirect benefits and costs of companion animals to society, including their influence on human mental and physical health, illness prevention and well-being. 

Read the full story on the Waltham website