Sunday, February 28, 2021

Dogs, children are 'in sync,' study shows -

"They are responsive to them and, in many cases, behaving in synchrony with them, indicators of positive affiliation and a foundation for building strong bonds," said Udell, an animal behaviorist and associate professor at Oregon State University.

Indeed, dogs may even help children with social development, increasing physical activity, managing anxiety or providing attachment as family structures change, the researchers said.


This is known.

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What's the best age at which to buy a child a dog? Six? Eight?

Posted by: dearieme | Mar 1, 2021 3:03:23 PM

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