How Is Your Relationship With Your Pets During COVID-19 Pandemic?

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How Is Your Relationship With Your Pets During COVID-19 Pandemic?

The University of Florida is conducting a study on how people interact with their pets during times of crisis such as what is going on around the worl

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The University of Florida is conducting a study on how people interact with their pets during times of crisis such as what is going on around the world. The study, “Relationships with Pets During the Coronavirus Crisis” is being conducted by Jennifer W. Applebaum of the university's Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law.


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The University of Florida is conducting a study on people's relationships with pets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please take the survey if you have the time. 
 

What will I be asked to do?

The purpose of this study is to explore relationships with pets during the Covid-1`9 crisis. 
This voluntary study involves an online survey consisting of a series of questions about your relationship with your pet(s) and supports and stressors in your life. The survey will take approximately 30 minutes. 

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If you have time to take the survey (it is just 30 minutes or so!), visit tinyurl.com/covidpets, or email Jennifer at jennyapplebaum@ufl.edu