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It Turns Out, Dogs React To You Saying ‘I Love You’ To Them According To This Research

It Turns Out, Dogs React To You Saying 'I Love You' To Them According To This Research 6

You probably already know that having a dog does wonders for our physical and mental health. It reduces stress, lessens blood pressure, and lowers the risk of heart disease. But it turns out that when being loved, our beloved canine friends experience similar magic. (As if we didn’t see that already!)

Canine Cottages spoke to behavioral experts for dogs to find out the true meaning behind licks, begging, barking and more. Then, the company from the UK put them to the test and measured the dogs’ heart rate to find out how exactly they react to given scenarios.

Their findings suggested that upon telling your pup “I love you,” their heart rate would increase by 46.2%. The conclusion? We will be showering our furry companions with loving words times ten.

(h/t: My Modern Met)

There’s some pawsome news on puppy love!

Image credits: Marija Bern

Canine Cottages observed that a dog’s heart rate jumps by 46% when their owner says “I love you”

Image credits: caninecottages

The same experiment run by Canine Cottages…

It Turns Out, Dogs React To You Saying ‘I Love You’ To Them According To This Research

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