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Beware of cuteness.

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That’s cute ☺️

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It is known that having a dog at home improves a person's physical and mental health. Having a pet reduces stress, lowers blood pressure, and reduces the risk of heart disease. Did you know how dogs react to our love? Experts from Canine Cottages have found out how the heart rate of dogs changes when they are told "I love you." Bemorepanda loves dogs!

 

Experts from the British company Canine Cottages decided to test how dogs react to manifestations of love from a person, and were surprised at the results. They measured the pulse of the dogs at the time when the owners told them "I love you" and when they hugged the pets. They also established how a person's heart rate changes when they see a pet.

 

It turned out that the phrase "I love you" causes an acceleration of the heartbeat in dogs by 46.2% - the pet's heart begins to beat almost 1.5 times faster. At the same time, hugs have a calming effect on our pussies. By contrast, when a person hugs and cuddles their pet, the dog's heart rate decreases by 22.7%.

 

 

The human body also responds to interactions with a dog: researchers have found that when we see our pet, our heart rate increases by more than 10%. And this - in addition to the fact that having a pet reduces stress, lowers blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart disease.

 

 How do dogs show their love and affection for us? Among the main signs, the researchers named licking, greeting, "begging" for something, jumping up, lying with the stomach up, and much more. Also, if your dog misses you and is alone at home, he may find an object that smells like you and start chewing on it. This helps the animal to release endorphins and relax. Here is an explanation of why dogs often gnaw on things when they are alone.

 


 

 

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