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Post-pandemic separation from owners is a dog’s life

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New York (AFP) – Adopted en masse during the pandemic and spoiled for attention during remote working, many dogs (and their owners) have to adjust to a new lifestyle — and it’s not always easy. Mona, a one-year-old mutt, will soon have to spend one or two days a week home alone, waiting for her owners Hannah and Richard to come back. Adopted last March, the pooch has never had to endure so much separation. But Hannah Peternell isn’t worried. “We have left her home for a long time, and she’s been totally fine with it,” says the 26-year-old, standing in her Greenpoint, Brooklyn apartment. “Obvi…

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