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Scientists have explained why the dog is the best man’s friend

These are the dogs of my nephews. The pictures are made in the woods. It is very close to the Elenovo neighborhood in my native Blagoevgrad. Nature is a gift of God. The relationship between man and dog is quite mysterious. That’s why I’ve searched for an article that’s good for this story.

Dogs are the only beings on the planet who love more people than themselves. From the very first days, they trust us and leave us faithful to the grave.

1. Dogs will always cuddle you.

2. They will enjoy your kisses.

3. They will be with you when you are old.

4. Will support you …

5. … even in your worst moments.

6. They will share with you the joys.

7. And they will love you for the rest of your life.

8. Sometimes you may be angry, but without them your day will be boring.

9. There will be many occasions for joy and smiles.

Why is the dog the best man’s friend? Five genes in the animal can explain the peculiar friendship that connects him to the man, according to research results cited by the French press.

The dog has been tamed about 15,000 years ago. Since then, it has become the animal-preferred animal by increasing its fellowship with people.

A man’s best friend understands everything he or she is told.

Per Jensen and colleagues from the University of Linzheng, Sweden, studied the behavior of 500 beagle dogs.

In front of them there were three vessels filled with sweets. The animals had to raise the lids. The problem was that one of them was sealed.

Scientists have found that some of the dogs have sought visual contact with humans, probably to ask for help. It is therefore an evolution because the ancestor of the dog, the wolf, would have solved the problem by himself without relying on human help.

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“This proves the important role of taming,” Jensen said.

Scientists have checked whether dogs really love us unreservedly

Scientists then examined the genome of 200 beagle dogs and found the existence of genetic variations associated with this behavior. 5 variations were identified in two different areas of the genome.

“For the first time genes are found that are likely to be responsible for changes in the dog’s social behavior by taming,” Jensen said.

The results of the study are published in the Scientific Reports.

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