Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Is there a reason they don't simply breed the poodle hybrids with other poodle hybrids that have the most favorable sets of traits until they create a consistent breed? That's basically how we've created a lot of breeds.
Was it just out of laziness or impatience? or was there some sort of unforeseen genetic issue with breeding poodle hybrids to other poodle hybrids? Just curious.
Dogs are more aggressive around people with one particular personality trait.
Social interactions with a therapy dog help canines as well as humans
Data shows that dogs who look at you with their head tilted seem "cuter".
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