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"We found dogs not only sense what their owners are feeling, if a dog knows a way to help them, they'll go through barriers to provide to help them," said lead author Emily Sanford, a graduate student in psychological and brain sciences at Johns Hopkins University . "Every dog owner has a story about coming home from a long day, sitting down for a cry and the dog's right there, licking their face. In a way, this is the science behind that. "Dogs have been by the side of humans for tens of thousands of years and they've learned to read our social cues. "Dog owners can tell that their dogs sense their feelings.

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SlimFootJesus
We honor their name by doing doggy probably the most popular alternative to missionary... yay dogs.
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God.
Woah, that title can be taken a totally different way
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