When is the right time to get a new dog after the previous one died?

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An empty bed, no cold snout nudging you awake in the morning, no one to excitedly greet you after a long day at work: When a dog dies, it’s not just sad, it turns your entire life upside-down. If someone is missing having a four-legged partner in their life, then the seemingly simple solution would be to just get another dog. But for many dog owners, that feels wrong. “Dogs have an immense value to us humans, mostly as social partners,” says psychologist Silke Wechsung. “They bond closely with their person, even more extremely than children, who eventually become independent.” That’s precisely…

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