What Your Dog Feels When You Pet Another Dog

After you pay another dog attention, let your own dog know how special she is.

More than 50 years ago the father of the Attachment Theory, John Bowlby, observed that “in most young children the mere sight of [their] mother holding another baby in her arms is enough to elicit strong attachment behavior.” Such behavior, documented in research on children as young as 6 months old, includes trying to get […]
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