Have you ever streamed the ’90s television series, Frasier? Do you remember Eddie the dog, the perky Jack Russell Terrier? The feisty little canine was known for snubbing the show’s namesake, Frasier Crane, while proving a devoted and loving companion to Frasier’s elderly father, Marty. It made for great comedy, but perhaps producers knew a thing or two about the link between senior adults and their pets. Research proves again and again that pets are wonderful companions for seniors, especially those in group living settings. They help to reduce their owners’ stress, lower their blood pressure and improve their quality of life. READ MORE