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Man's best friend: What does 'Fido's' behavior say about the relationship between you and your dog?

For centuries, dogs have been described as man?s best friend. This bond may be linked to your dog's behavior, according to a new study by a professor of animal behavior, ecology and conservation. The study revealed that the more dogs demonstrate attention-seeking behavior with their adult owners, the more attached these owners are likely to be with their dogs. Interestingly, however, this made no difference to the children in the study.
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