A dog's behavior may mirror health of elderly owner

A dog’s behavior may be an early warning sign for health, ability of those elderly. UPI/John Angelillo  License photo Published: Oct. 8, 2013 at 12:18 AM ZURICH, Switzerland, Oct. 8 (UPI) — British scientists say they’re using movement sensors to track dog behavior that could be used as an early warning sign an older owner […]

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Dog's Emotional Return to Navy Lieutenant

Aug 29, 2013 8:14am Dogs are considered man’s best friend, and one dog seemed to prove that overwhelmingly in a heartfelt, emotional reaction to seeing her owner when he returned from a six-month overseas deployment with the U.S. Navy. shows Lt. Gary Daugherty coming up the stairs inside his home, calling out, “Where’s Buggy? Where’s […]

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REMINDER/World Dog Day August 26: A Dog's Health is Our Health

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Aug 26, 2013) – World Dog Day (August 26th) celebrates the bond between humans and dogs that has evolved over thousands of years in cultures all over the world. Dogs are highly adapted to living with and understanding humans, and as we increasingly share our lives with them we see clear links […]

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Dog's death stirs reader reaction

Published: 8/18/2013 – Updated: 4 hours ago PUP KILLED BY TANYA IRWINBLADE STAFF WRITER The story of a small black-and-brown dog named Cheerio that was killed Thursday by the dog warden generated a fevered reaction Saturday. More than 60 comments about the story were logged on The Blade Web site. Some of those comments blamed […]

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Dog years: How do you calculate a dog's true age?

9 May 2013 Last updated at 20:15 ET By Ben Carter BBC News It’s often said that the age of dogs can be better understood by multiplying their age, in human years, by seven. But is that really true? Meg, my West Highland Terrier died a couple of months ago. She’d reached the grand old […]

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