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New Study Claims 'Puppy Eyes' Releases 'Love Hormone' in


Owners A new study from Japan’s Azabu University claims that when dogs look into the eyes of their owners it releases the 'love hormone', oxytocin, in the owners.


The hormone which amongst other things helps reinforce bonds between parents and their children, increases in humans and their dogs when they interact, particularly when looking into one another’s eyes.


Remarkable Police Dog


Awarded 'Animal OBE' A remarkable Police Dog, responsible for sniffing out more than £5 million in cash, firearms and drugs, has been posthumously presented with the PDSA Order of Merit – the animal equivalent of the OBE.


Jake, a Springer Spaniel, was due to receive the award alongside his handler, PC Andy Crouch, but sadly passed away suddenly, aged 13, just weeks before the presentation.


Sky News presenter Kay Burley led the celebrations to honour Jake, who was recognised for his outstanding service to Warwickshire Police over a ten year career.


New Research Claims Female Dogs Friendlier


According to researchers at the Linkoping University in Sweden, female dogs are much more likely to be friendly, compared to their male counterparts.


Due in part to a maternal instinct, females are more sociable than males and take more


of an interest in making human friends, the researchers claimed.


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