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How Dogs Rescued 2 People From Loneliness and Poor Health

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Adopting a pet can help people improve their wellness.

Eric O'Grey was once unhealthy, depressed and lonely. Less than a decade ago, when he was 50, his doctor told him to buy a funeral plot because he'd soon need one. He weighed 350 pounds, with cholesterol at “a walking dead level.”

That was in 2010; fast forward to 2019, and O'Grey, now 60, is alive and well because of a shelter dog named Peety.

“Everything commercially marketed about weight loss, I had tried and failed on,” said O'Grey, who had become a shut-in.

Desperate, he found a nutrition expert who put him on a rationed diet and also prescribed a shelter dog, which O'Grey thought was “crazy.” The intention was to get him outside and moving.

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Adopting a pet can help people improve their wellness.

 

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