Some animals can be very healthy for us and others are more of a problem, according to a study published in the journal Animal Behaviour.
The research suggests that some animals are more suitable for a home with pets than others.
The study included 6,000 animals across the world, including dogs, cats, horses, dogs, dogs and cats.
Animals that were the most healthy were: Cats, who ate a lot of leaves and fruit, and dogs, who preferred soft, fluffy grasses, and didn’t have a large number of parasites, like cats do.
They also ate more plant material than did dogs.
Dogs, however, didn’t eat as much of the herbaceous vegetation.
So the study suggests that, at least for cats, it’s best to keep them indoors.
But dogs do get a lot more attention than cats and their health problems can be far more serious, the researchers found.
The researchers also found that dogs were more prone to parasites, such as Cryptosporidium, a common cause of intestinal problems.
That makes them particularly prone to bacterial infections.
Dogs also had higher rates of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and arthritis than cats.
The biggest concern about keeping your pet indoors is the spread of the virus.
That’s why it’s important to get your dog vaccinated and get the pet immunized against Cryptospermidium before bringing it home.