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Animals Need Companionship, Just like We Do

Monday, June 16, 2014

Do you have more than one pet in your home? If so, then you won't be surprised by the following video about a strong friendship between a goat and a donkey.   READ MORE




A Sea Lion’s Interaction with This Little Girl is a Testament to Friendship

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

If you need a lift today, you have to watch this video of a sea lion and a little girl playing with one another. Toward the end of the video, something precious happens. The sea lion suddenly stops swimming and hovers, peering through the glass of his aquarium home when he sees the little girl trip. It's clear that he is concerned about her and wants to make sure she is okay. The interaction is heartwarming and a true testament to a friendship.  READ MORE




Dogs Can Tell What You’re Feeling, Just like a Human Friend Can

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

With the advancement of science comes interesting insights into the human-canine friendship, some of which might surprise you! A recent article published in NPR details how our pets know when to give us a little extra love with a lick on the hand, or a nuzzle of reassurance. A study conducted on canine brains was able to “accomplish the seemingly impossible: Get 11 pooches to lie motionless inside an MRI brain scanning machine for nearly 10 minutes at a time, all while listening to nearly 200 people and dog noises,” reports NPR.  READ MORE




The Human-Dog Connection: 9 Studies that Will Blow Your Mind!

Friday, February 07, 2014

Ever wondered why dogs are widely considered “man’s best friend”? Are you curious why the Canine-Human friendship is so natural and for how long it’s been that way? Well, you’re not alone!

A group of researchers in Budapest, Hungary are also very curious about this partnership and are dedicating their time to studying the friendship between dogs and humans and the surprisingly complex ways we communicate with each other.  READ MORE






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