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Why Do Dogs Smell Each Others Behinds?

31 July 2014

ANALYSIS - Here at ThePetSite we are sometimes forced to confront the more bizarre areas of owning a dog. Instances such as their incessant love of sniffing one anothers backsides, writes Gemma Hyland.

Researchers from Reactions, a series from the American Chemical Society that uncovers the chemistry in everyday life, have conducted studies to get to the bottom of one of the biggest scientific quandaries - enjoy!

Gemma Hyland, Editor

Gemma Hyland, Editor

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