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Newspaper Article: Bellarine Times | 31st January 2012

AFTER SIX blissful weeks of the fun of summer holidays, pets this week are facing the reality of being left home alone.

Pets old and new, Christmas presents or adopted can face separation anxiety even if they have the company of another pet as it is human relationships they crave according to leading animal welfare organisation Animal Aid.
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