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Human caregiving style and its effect on the dog-human relationship

@inproceedings{Habbe2018HumanCS,
  title={Human caregiving style and its effect on the dog-human relationship},
  author={J. Edwin Habbe},
  year={2018}
}
Dogs have evolved alongside humans since their domestication 15 000 years ago. No other animal has lived in such close proximity to humans which makes the bond between them unique. The dog-human relationship has started to interest scientists and studies have been performed to investigate the nature of this bond. These studies suggest that the relationship resembles that of the relationship between children and their parents. Furthermore, it has been shown that dogs express attachment behaviour… 

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