Dogs get teary eyed when reunited with owner, says study
24 August 2022 | 3:12 pm
Published in the journal Current Biology, dogs shed tears on being reunited with their owner after five to seven hours. Researchers also plan to study whether dogs produce tears when reunited with other canine pals.
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