It’s a Dog’s Life 

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HE HEROIC DOG
 is a much-cherished image in our culture, but while we admire trained search-and-rescue dogs, we really crave stories about gifted amateurs—regular pets who run into burning buildings or jump into icy rivers to save the young or the injured. Recently, psychologists at the University of Western Ontario devised an experiment to test whether dogs actually do understand human emergencies. The first simulation involved an owner feigning a heart attack; the second replicated the classic master-trapped-under-a-fallen-bookcase scenario. The researchers found an increase in anxious doggy hovering but no actual rescue attempts. “There is a tendency to bond with our animals and to believe, or want to believe, that they are highly intelligent, that they understand when we’re talking to them or when we’re gesturing to them,” explained researcher Bill Roberts. “I think that’s probably the root of people believing animals are more intelligent than they actually are.”
  Friday, November 12, 2021 at 1:19:06 AM
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All things in life need to grow and develop. This applies to our relationships as well. This also applies to our relationships with our dogs. Whether you just got your furry best friend and want to plant the seeds of a harmonious long-term friendship, or you have been living together for a while, and want to take your relationship to the next level, we all need guidance sometimes. english white terrier
  Friday, November 12, 2021 at 1:33:27 AM

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