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One-third of pet owners prefer their pets to be their children, the survey found

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The results of a new survey are great news for britain and bad news for the kids.

According to the results, a significant number of people benefit from their pets than their own children. Many of the others are, apparently, considered their pets part of their family, or at the very least their best friends.

Even though it may not come as a surprise that people consider their pets family members, and how the respondents compared with their own flesh and blood, it is a bit of a surprise. About one-third of the respondents in the survey said that their pet is their favorite child, Fox 35 reports.

On the basis of the results of the survey, approximately half of the respondents said that their animals seem to understand better than their best friend or significant other.
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The study found that the surveyed 2,000 pet owners, was said to be carried out on behalf of the pet food company that I Love, And Thee.

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According to the results, 78 percent of pet owners consider their pet to be a part of the family, while 68% consider them as human beings.

About half of the respondents said that their animals seem to understand better than their best friend or significant other.

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The pets, meanwhile, are no match for the proud “dog dad”, Jonathan Scott, who was recently revealed to be exactly what floors he thinks he is the owner of the animal must be provided by means of the interior decoration of their homes.

The size of a home in Las Vegas for the couple, Mike and Sophia on a recent episode of hgtv’s hit show “Property Brothers,” the 41-year-old building contractor, said that some of the unit, dark hardwood floors and didn’t stand a chance of surviving the pounding paws of the family’s four-legged members. The couple is the owner of a dog, and plans to soon adopt a second dog Realtor.com reports.

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Instead of using the real estate pro, providing a simple solution for this: the share of the surface area of porcelain, tiles on the floor, and is complete with a wood-grain finish.

“I love these floors because they look great,” Jonathan said, in the season 14 episode that aired on Sept. 4. “They will bring out the warmth of hardwood, but it has been completely puppy-proofed, and that they will be together forever.”

Fox News’ Janine Puhak, contributed to this report.

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