How these dog breeds can help you cope with depression

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Depression - Depression is a serious and debilitating mental illness that affects more than 300 million people worldwide.

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Depression - It can cause severe symptoms, affecting how people think, feel, handle daily activities and tasks, and perceive the world around them.

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Dogs and depression - The beneficial effects of pets have also been significant when it comes to treating depression.

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Dogs and depression - Dogs can help with anxiety, depression and many other mental health issues, providing daily support and unconditional love to their humans.

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Dogs and depression - Physical touch, such as cuddling, and playing with a dog, has also been found to release serotonin and dopamine, and lower stress levels.

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Dogs and depression - Dogs can even work as service animals, providing emotional support in settings such as hospitals, schools, and nursing homes.

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Border collie - This dog is perfect for anyone struggling with motivation to stay active, as they are incredibly high-energy dogs.

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Border collie - They are also incredibly intelligent, loyal, and love to cuddle. 

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Cavalier King Charles spaniel - This gentle dog is affectionate, easygoing, and has a medium energy level.

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Cavalier King Charles spaniel - They are content to snuggle on the couch or go for walks. 

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Golden retriever - This popular dog breed is playful, sweet, and smart.

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Golden retriever - They are generally good tempered and laid-back, making them a great breed if you have kids or other pets.

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Havanese - Outgoing, friendly, and energetic, this small-sized dog will be your biggest fan.

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Havanese - They are low maintenance and make great companions.

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Poodle - Poodles get highly attached to their human and love being around them, making them great companions for anyone living with depression.

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Poodle - They are also highly adaptable, playful, and live longer than many other breeds.

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Pug - This charming, playful, and well-mannered breed is a great pal to have around.

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Pug - Their even temperament and loving personalities make them a great choice for anyone dealing with depression.

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