Cosy relationship with dogs results in increased dog bites

Dog bites on the increase in the UK because of too cosy a relationship between owner and animal

Although dogs are deeply entrenched in interactions with humans and have outstanding skills to understand human actions, gestures and emotions, it is argued, today, that too many people have forgotten that they are still animals and their cosy relationship with them can result in an …

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Humans love their dogs and their dogs love them in return (study confirms)

Dog love

A 2015 Japanese study, in essence, found that dogs love their human caregivers. It’s more than just about seeking food and surviving for a dog. It seems that through 10,000 years and more of selective breeding (artificial selection) humans have provided domestic dogs with a …

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