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Do dogs have a sense of humour?

We all know dogs we describe as amusing, entertaining, or downright hilarious. Dogs can make us laugh. But do the dogs, themselves, have a sense of humour? Do they know they’re being funny? Do canines find things amusing? Do dogs laugh, and if so, what makes them laugh? Do dogs act silly to make us humans laugh? Since animals must look after their own needs to survive, it’s possible silly or humorous behaviour is a way to get attention. Consider positive reinforcement: your dog does something you want her to do, she gets rewarded. She rolls on the floor, with her tongue hanging out and a goofy expression on her face and you laugh and give her an affectionate rub....

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Boy sells his pokemon cards to save his dog

You know I love a good boy and his dog story, well just about the only thing a boy may love about as much as his dog is his pokemon cards.  Bryson Kliemann’s Pokémon card collection is his most prized possession. But the 8-year-old boy from Lebanon, Va., decided to sell it to save his dog’s life. When Bryson learned that the 4-month-old puppy, Bruce, needed an expensive medical treatment to survive, he knew he had to do something. “Bruce got sick and needed my help,” Bryson said. “I was super sad. I didn’t want to lose my best friend.” He hatched a plan to sell the beloved Pokémon card collection that he had been accumulating since he was 4...

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Reagan and Buddy

Feel Good Friday Meet the labradoodle who acts like a human thanks to his incredible bond with his best friend, a seven-year-old boy who was adopted into the family at the same time. Reagan the dog was over the moon when his new family welcomed a foster baby Buddy, also 11-months-old, into their home. The pair grew up together, and these adorable photos show them posing like a pair of brothers, wearing identical outfits, on holiday, and even sharing joint birthday parties.     “Their bond was instant. Reagan seemed to know that Buddy needed a furry friend to help him adjust and make him feel safe and loved. Watching their bond warms my heart, as they have the same energy...

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Feel Good Friday

Studies indicate that owning a companion animal, such as a dog or cat, has benefits for good mental health. Interactions with animals may help with depression and anxiety, particularly under stress prone conditions. Human-animal interactions may even improve peer to peer social relationships, as well as enhance feelings of respect trust and empathy between people. fetched from  video from @goodnewsdog

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