Woofpost.com Publishes "Reasons Why Scientists Admit Your Dog Really Does Love You"

February 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Laguna Nigeul, CA - Many people wonder why it is that dogs seem to have such a special bond with humans. Maybe it is because humans as a species have been hanging aound dogs for so long. The exact timing of dog domestication from their ancestors, the grey wolf, is still shrouded in the mists of history, but is thought to have occured between 20,000 and 40,000 years ago. That’s a long association.

Turns out, that may not be the exact reason. One of the most intriguing new research findings is from Japan. A 2015 study led by Takefumi Kikusui at Azabu University showed that when humans and dogs look deeply into one anothers' eyes, there is a rise in the level of the hormone oxytocin in both the dogs and humans. This phenomenon has also been observed between mothers and their babies, leading researchers to dub oxytocin as the “love’ hormone.

Read the complete report, Scientists Admit Your Dog Really Does Love You, at WoofPost.com.

Also recently published are: The Deadly Dozen - 12 Foods You Should Never Feed Your Dog - Part Two, Why You Should Never Let Your Dog Ride With His Head Out The Car Window and What To Do When Your Dog Is Grieving A Loss.

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