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Photo by Susan Fried.

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Northwest K-9 co-owner Marcus Wright (front) with Guapo, Tyler Clark and Beans (German Shepherd) and Zayne Brown and his dog Stone pose in the training yard of their business in Des Moines. (Photo: Susan Fried)

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by Allison Fine

In 2021 it will be so easy to find issues that separate us as humans. Religion, politics, and race are issues that often lead us to “choose sides” and spend our time focusing our energies on how we are different. Conversely, there are many things that bring us together – some would call them universal truths. The desire for healthy and happy families, the love of good food, and the way pets make us feel are places where we find common ground despite our differences. In fact, nearly 70% of all American households have pets, and 53% of us have dogs.

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