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1. Average Dog Owner "Gets More Exercise Than Gym-Goers" | HumaneSpot.org
Wet Nose Guide and New York Dog Chat. HOW TO SLAY AN INVISIBLE DANGER. Blair Sorrel, Founder http://www.StreetZaps.com Contact voltage is a chronic hidden hazard that can readily victimize an unsuspecting Dog, walker, or both. No Dog lover
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/average-dog-owner-gets-more-exercise-gym-goers - 19.3kb

2. Why Do Even Committed Dog Owners Fail to Comply with Some Responsible Owners...
This study of 1,016 dog owners investigated the relationship between demographic, attitudinal, and other variables, and responsible dog ownership behaviors to determine why even responsible dog owners sometimes fail to practice responsible
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/why-do-even-committed-dog-owners-fail-comply-some-responsible-ownership-practices - 16.6kb

3. Risk Factors for Unsuccessful Dog Ownership: An Epidemiologic Study in Taiwa...
2004 study of 259 Taiwanese dog owners, there is an inverse association between the age of the dog at acquisition and the risk of unsuccessful dog ownership: the younger the dog, the higher the risk. This content
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/risk-factors-unsuccessful-dog-ownership-epidemiologic-study-taiwan - 16.6kb

4. Owning a Dog and Working: A Telephone Survey of Dog Owners and Employers in ...
Dog ownership can be a potential issue when the human owners go to work. This study identifies the problems and concerns of Dog ownership that may affect Dogs, owners, and employers, including an examination of
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/owning-dog-and-working-telephone-survey-dog-owners-and-employers-sweden - 16.7kb

5. Bad Behavior the Top Reason that Dog Owners Give Up Their Pets | HumaneSpot.org
University survey of 56 dog owners and 73 cat owners who surrendered their pets to the Capital Area Humane Society in Columbus, Ohio found that bad behavior was the top reason for giving up a dog. Behavior issues were specified by 30% of dog
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/bad-behavior-top-reason-dog-owners-give-their-pets - 14.0kb

6. AKC Survey Finds Dog Lovers Plan to Get Fit with Fido in 2011 | HumaneSpot.org
New Year's resolutions among dog owners; 75% of dog owners plan on incorporating their dog into their 2011 fitness goals. This content is available to registered users only. Please log in at left or sign up
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/akc-survey-finds-dog-lovers-plan-get-fit-fido-2011 - 16.6kb

7. Preschool Children Require Fewer Instructional Prompts to Perform a Memory T...
in the presence of a real dog, a stuffed dog, and a human confederate found that the presence of a well-trained dog reduces the need for instructional prompts with respect to object recognition. This content
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/preschool-children-require-fewer-instructional-prompts-perform-memory-task-presence-dog - 16.9kb

8. Personalities of Self-Identified "Dog People" and "Cat People...
between self-proclaimed "dog" and "cat people," researchers found that dog people scored higher on Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness, but lower on Neuroticism and Openness than cat people.
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/personalities-self-identified-dog-people-and-cat-people - 16.5kb

9. Who's the Better Listener, Your Husband or the Dog? | HumaneSpot.org
than their spouse, while dog owners (25%) are more likely to consider their dog as a better listener than cat owners (14%). This content is available to registered users only. Please log in at left or sign up
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10. An Examination of Changes in Oxytocin Levels in Men and Women Before and Aft...
to interaction with their dog after being separated while at work all day, this study found no increase in oxytocin level in men after interaction with the "bonded" dog, suggesting that men and women may have different responses to interaction
http://www.humaneresearch.org/content/examination-changes-oxytocin-levels-men-and-women-and-after-interaction-bonded-dog - 16.8kb

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