Danielle Weitzer, Eugenia Gianos, Tove Fall, Research, Dogs, Health, Stroke, Doctor, Heart Disease

Danielle Weitzer, Eugenia Gianos

Owning a dog could provide long-term health benefits, study says

A dog may prove to be a life-saver if you've suffered heart issues in the past.

10.10.2019

Heart attack survivors in the study who were living alone, but owned a dog, had a 33% lower risk of death.

A dog may prove to be a life-saver if you've suffered heart issues in the past.

Heart attack survivors in the study who were living alone, but owned a dog, had a 33% lower risk of death, while stroke survivors who lived alone and had a dog had a 27% reduced risk of death, compared to people who did not own a dog and lived in a single household group.

The significant results were seen in people who live alone.

"We found that many of the larger breeds and smaller breeds that are active such as terriers have better outcomes – survival outcomes," Fall said."Those that did not show as much are the companion toy group and mixed breeds. The physical activity might be less."

Gianos agreed, saying,"Those two behaviors happen to be most linked with heart disease in research, which are extremely important to control. We would want to make sure that those two factors were not contributing to the improved outcomes that we are seeing."

Read more: ABC News

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Maybe as a general rule people in this sample that were the healthier people tended to want to have pets? 99.99% lower risk with a steady supply of 🍩's When my cousin had a heart Attack. His doctor urged him to get a dog. which he did. he lived another 20 years. What about people who live alone with a dog and their adult kid moves back home? How freakin' long do they live? 🤨

Because they likely walked their dog?

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Someone to live for or they have someone to care for or the dog just provides love they need

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