Yes they do,they have Symbiosis relationship which is when two species interact and at least one benefits
The first type of Symbiosis relationship is called mutualism its where both animals benefit from the interaction.
For example,The bee and the flower. Bees fly from flower to flower gathering nectar, which they make into food, benefiting the bees. When they land in a flower, the bees get some pollen on their hairy bodies, and when they land in the next flower, some of the pollen from the first one rubs off, pollinating* the plant. This benefits the plants.
The next type of relationship is called commensalism where one organism benefits and the other derives neither benefit nor harm.
For example,Birds and trees.The Birds use the tree for shelter and protection.The trees dont benefit or get harmed in this interaction.
Lastly there is Parasitism where one organism benefits while the other is harmed.
For example Dogs and Ticks.Ticks live on dogs to drink their blood which is food to them.However they make the dog itch ad can spread disease.