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Like it or not, many of us will return to the office soon. The ones who may like it the least: our pets.
Why it matters: When our pandemic-imposed routines change, dogs and cats can act out and misbehave.
The demand for CBD among pet owners in Denver and across the country was already on the rise — but in the post-pandemic world, sales are soaring even higher, industry experts tell Axios.
Driving the news: Last year's pandemic puppy boom is resulting in a sea of animal owners searching for ways to help their fur babies adjust to normal life, as they prepare to return to the office for the first time in over a year.
We're four days into a stretch of 90° heat, marking the hottest week yet this year in Denver.
Driving the news: Highs are expected to reach at least 90° every day through at least Thursday.
Midway through 2020, Denver's deadliest year in nearly four decades, police chief Paul Pazen shifted his approach to put a stronger emphasis on community outreach.