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A walk down any street or through any park clearly shows the pandemic has spurred many Canadians to buy a dog, and there are even more new pets behind closed doors.
According to Narrative Research, 18 per cent of Canadian pet owners reported, as of November 2020, that they had obtained a new pet since the start of the pandemic, with those aged 18 to 24 being the most likely to have purchased one. At the time, 55 per cent of households reported having a pet. The numbers have only risen since then.
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