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Independent Study Reveals Family Bonds made Stronger on Vacations where Animals are Involved
Date:5/14/2010

Summer is coming, our experts at Duderanches.com review study that shows vacations with animals will help the family bond. Spending quality time with the family often means planning a vacation for members of all ages with varying abilities and interests.

(PRWEB) May 14, 2010 -- More and more families are finding it exciting and different to spend their vacations at a Dude or Guest Ranch where animals are present.

Since 1995, we here at DudeRanches.com have helped thousands of families wanting to experience the feel and lure of the old West by providing a cozy place to stay which is also accompanied by horses, cattle, and other animals.    As experts on the subject of the therapeutic aspects of animal interactions we would like to bring to your attention a study (see Brown 2007) that refers to Animal companionship and its therapeutic effects.

Spending quality time with the family often means planning a vacation for members of all ages with varying abilities and interests. Year after year, families make it a big deal deciding where to go. Lately, these families have discovered just how crucial it is to stay at a place where you can experience not only the great outdoors and nature, but the company of animals as well. Families found that by doing so, their relationships with one another grew stronger than on previous family vacations where they spent the majority of the time indoors and/or without animals.    

Dude ranches all over the United States and Canada offer a wide variety of fun filled activities and amenities involving animals. You might be surprised to find dude ranches in New York, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Florida, Virginia, Ohio and Arkansas as well as those states “out west”. These family vacations end with a more bonded family because of the animal interactions.

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