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New Study Finds Dogs Don't Like Hugs

10 May 2016

CANADA - A recent study has told us that we should not hug our dogs because they will feel stressed.

The new study, carried out by Dr Stanley Coren, a canine expert and professor of psychology at the University of British Columbia, recommends that it is better to show affection to your dog in other ways.

For many of us our relationship with our dogs means that they feel an integral part of the family and we play with them, stroke them and sometimes cuddle them. So is there really only one rule for handling our dogs?

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