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Does Your Dog Really Prefer You to Strangers? Scientists Find Canines May Be More Fickle Than You Thought and Start Treating a New Person Like a Friend Within Just 10 Minutes

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Does Your Dog Really Prefer You to Strangers? Scientists Find Canines May Be More Fickle Than You Thought and Start Treating a New Person Like a Friend Within Just 10 Minutes

Daily Mail, 3.23.18

The research shows context and environment are important in dog behaviour and how they form preferences. 'In new places or during moments of discomfort, dogs can be inclined to seek out their owners', said Julie Hecht, a Ph.D. candidate at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, who was not involved in the research.


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Submitted on: MAR 23, 2018

Category: Animal Behavior | GC Press Coverage