Sara Cross reviews a study published in The British Journal of Psychology that demonstrates one of the social benefits of walking one’s dog – people are three times more likely to instigate social interactions with a person accompanied by a dog. Add this to the list of reasons you should get out there and take your dog for a walk!
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In this post from Psychology Today’s Decoding Your Pet series, Dr. Katherine Houpt shares the story of house training...
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