The Latest: Women and families are spending more time with their pets

A new report released by the American Council on Science and Health reveals that women are spending an average of 13.6 hours per week with their dogs, up from 10.7 hours in 2014.

According to the report, the average amount of time spent with dogs has increased by 25 percent since 2006.

A total of 13,700 women reported spending time with a dog in 2014, an increase of about 20 percent since 2007.

The report also found that dogs spend an average 30 minutes per day in a crate, up 20 percent from 20 minutes in 2014 and down about 13 percent from 2007.

Women who spend the most time with dogs are more likely to have pets with them and are more apt to stay longer.

Women are spending the most on their pets, and they are spending a disproportionate amount on them than men.

In 2014, women spent $10,934 per household on their dogs.

Men spent $11,746 per household, an average increase of 25 percent from 2014.

The survey also showed that dogs are getting more exercise than men and women.

Women were the only group to spend less time in the house in 2014 than in 2006, but they still spend an hour less a day than men in the same age group.

Women’s dogs are also spending more of their time in their own homes, according to the study.

In 2015, women reported that they spend an extra 15 minutes per week on their dog, up about 18 percent from 2013.

The study found that the average dog spends an additional 10 minutes per hour on their own time in addition to their dog’s.

According the report: Women are now spending an additional two hours a day on their pet compared to five years ago.

In addition, women are now more likely than men to spend more time in bed with their dog.

In 2013, women had the most dog-related bedtime time per week at 7.5 hours per day, compared to 6.3 hours in 2015.

The American Council for Science and Human Health also found evidence that dog owners are spending less time with pets than in the past.

In 2006, dog owners spent more than twice as much time with pet than in 2014 due to the Affordable Care Act, the report found.

“While the Affordable care Act has been a huge help to many pet owners, many remain fearful of spending money on their furry friends,” said Susan M. Groszman, director of the Center for Pet Care at the American Institute of CPHS.

“Our research shows that dog ownership is not a cost-free activity.” 

The report notes that dogs have become an important part of people’s lives in many other ways as well.

People are spending money with dogs and are spending on pet insurance premiums.

And pets are becoming a way for Americans to socialize and play.

Dogs have become more popular among teens, and many of them are now purchasing a dog for the first time.


to the survey, a quarter of people surveyed are spending at least one hour a day with their pet.

That figure has grown to almost half of all Americans.

Dogs are also enjoying a resurgence of interest in their owners and can be an important way for owners to connect with their loved ones.

The research also found dog ownership has become a more attractive choice for parents who have children of their own.

In 2016, parents of children aged 3 to 19 reported spending an extra 2.7 minutes per dog per day compared to a year ago.

And parents of those under the age of 6 are spending 4.3 minutes per pet per day on average, up almost 40 percent from a year earlier.