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Signs you’re in the Right Pet Relationship

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Do you and your dog gaze into each other's eyes on a regular basis? It might sound like a strange question at first, but according to a Japanese study published a few years ago, dog owners "whose dogs gazes at them for two minutes or longer showed higher levels of oxytocin than owners whose dogs gazed for less time."   READ MORE


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