Everybody has good and bad days. It’s perfectly natural to feel a tad blue or depressed during colder months or throughout particularly lonely periods. However, having a companion in the home who can alleviate these moody situations is perfectly possible via pet ownership.

A wide variety of ailments and conditions can impact overall mood, including mental factors. Diet, sleep and physical activity are among the most influential physical factors that influence how we feel[1]. Despite this, there is ample evidence to suggest that owning a cat or dog can substantially reduce stress points that otherwise lead to bad moods and behavioural changes[2].

Energy is the basis for everything on this planet, and if you’ll recall from your high school physics class, energy cannot be created or destroyed; it can only be transformed….