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Topic - Dianne Dunning
Dr. Dianne Dunning, director of the Animal Welfare, Ethics and Public Policy Program at North Carolina State University, said that shift has shadowed breakthroughs in veterinary medicine.
"You're seeing in many cases now that pets are equivalent in status to children within a family," she said.