The Rescue of a homeless dog and her newborn babies

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It is necessary to imagine all huge work-up to life which each volunteer puts in a basis of the business. And all this for the sake of four paws creatures, little balls of joy, which will subsequently close friends for someone…

We think these people deserve a low bow and to learn about them each. This time the volunteers. “Dogs get along well with humans because they have learned how to create an emotional connection with their master,” explains Dr. Miho Nagasawa, lead author Of the study, from the faculty of veterinary medicine at AZABU University (Japan).

In the process of evolution, humans also learned to form emotional attachments to other dogs.