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  • People are falling in love with their dogs
  • People are falling in love with their dogs
    Daniel Stockman (2011) ©
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People are falling in love with their dogs

No one can resist puppy dog eyes – whether it's for your own dog or a stranger's on the tube. The reason you can’t get enough of your dog is now scientifically proven – people don’t exaggerate when they say they love their dogs; they feel the same affection for them as they do their own families.

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