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Life's Little Mysteries Poop eating is a natural behavior in dogs; although it may disgust humans, it usually poses no threat to your canine's health.
The 6-year-old girl is in a stable condition following the attack by an untagged male dingo while she was swimming on K'gari, or Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia.
Dogs commonly tilt their heads, but is it a sign of intelligence, or does it mean something else entirely?
If humans suddenly disappeared and our pets had to fend for themselves, could dogs survive in a world without people?
In case those licks and wagging tail weren't convincing enough, scientists prove what we already know. Our dogs love us. They really, really love us.
The average life expectancy of a dog is more than 10 years, but life span varies greatly among different breeds.
Humans began selectively breeding dogs around 2,000 years ago, and these genes play a role in your pup's behavior, a new study of 4,000 purebred, mixed-breed and wild dogs finds.
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