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Healthy summer: No pet peeve.

Not in the mood to head out at all? Feel free to just relax at home and spend some quality time together with your pet. Aside from relieving stress, spending time with your pet also helps lower your blood pressure, says Julia Vormbrock and John Grossberg in a 1988 study published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine.

Whatever you do, don't forget to include your pet in your summer plans. Having a friend who barks or meows is the perfect excuse to stay healthy throughout the warmest days of the year. Besides, they need to keep fit and chill just as much as you do!

We scour the web for celebs bonding with their pets and look at what we found.

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Title Annotation:Wellbeing
Publication:Manila Bulletin
Date:Apr 14, 2015
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