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Kids & Dogs Need Each Other!

Been asking your parents for a dog forever, without success? I’ll share some scientifically-backed reasons your parents might change their mind, including why having a dog in the house means fewer illnesses. If you’re a kid who’s been begging your parents for a dog forever, without success – this is for you. Here are some facts that might convince them …

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Dogs’ Personalities Can Change!

People’s personalities can change over time… and now we know the same is true for DOGS. According to the Journal of Research in Personality, dogs’ personalities aren’t set in stone, and, just like humans, they can go through dramatic personality changes throughout their lives. It was the largest study of dog personality ever done… and the experts looked at 50 …

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Did You Wash Your Pet’s Bowl?

When’s the last time you washed your pet’s food bowl? Well, you may want to stick it in the dishwasher, because it’s one of the germiest things in your house! NSF International is a product testing, inspection and certification organization. And they found most pet bowls contain things like yeast, mold, and bacteria like E.coli. But most pet owners don’t …

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Want To Reduce Your Risk For Cancer?

First: To lower your breast cancer risk, eat more nuts! They’re rich in nutrients called tocopherols which help our immune system quickly find and destroy abnormal breast cells that can turn cancerous. According to the journal Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigations, just a‑third of a cup of day of walnuts or almonds can cut your risk of breast cancer in half. …

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Were You A Sleepwalker As A Kid?

Heads up, parents and grandparents. If you were a sleepwalker as a kid, your own children are more likely to be sleepwalkers, too! That’s according to research from the Stanford University School of Medicine. They found that 30% of adults reported having sleepwalked at least once in their lifetime. And a‑third of those who had been sleepwalking within the past …

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Do You Share Your Bed With Your Dog?

Are we wired to share our bed with dogs? It’s a fair question to ask when you consider studies show that HALF of all dog owners allow their pets to sleep on the bed with them. That’s despite the fact that having a restless dog in bed is a proven sleep stealer… and among married couples, a survey found that …

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Here’s How Running Can Help You Live Longer!

Want to live longer? Lace up your sneakers, and start running! Because new research shows that for every hour you run – no matter how far or fast you go – you’ll add 7 hours to your lifespan. That may not seem like much. But if you consistently run for an hour, 4 days a week, it’ll eventually add up …

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Star Pet Of The Week – March 29, 2019

Your calf really loves to run and play… just like a happy dog. Thank you for submitting the adorable video. Want your pet to be our next Star Pet Of The Week? Upload your adorable, quirky, lovable, funny pet videos to http://TeshVideos.com We’ll feature the best ones on https://Facebook.com/johntesh, https://instagram.com/johntesh_ifyl and here on https://Tesh.com each week!

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Why Do Dogs Hide Toys And Food?

Why do dogs like to collect bones or toys and stash them all over the house? Well, according to celebrity dog trainer Cesar Millan – the “dog whisperer” – your dogs hoarding instincts can be traced back to their ancient wolf ancestors. Because in the wild, wolves weren’t guaranteed a good meal every day. So, after a successful hunt, they …

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We’d Rather Hang Out With Our Pets!

I know a lot of you guys feel this way… According to a new survey of 2,000 dog owners, more than half admit they’ve flaked on going out with friends to hang out with their pet! That's understandable – multiple studies have shown the benefits of owning a dog, from better physical health, to relieving stress. In fact, the average …

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