I have a daschaund and an Australian Shepherd. They live in the house with my husband and me. Coal my daschaund is 8, and Skye my Aussie is 7. They stick by my side like a brother. My daschaund can even tell when my blood sugar starts getting too low before I can, and will start whinning, then barking if I don't respond to him. When I feel lonely I can always count on my 2 companions with their unconditional love to cheer me up. You know, your pets, they don't care what you look like, or who you are, how much money you have, what you have accomplished, their love is unconditional. Can you tell me about the love you have for your pet, what kind of pet you have? Do you think pets help people who have fibromyalgia, or other diseases cope with their illnesses?
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