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What can the recent, new research about wolves teach us about dogs?

For wolves, the most important bonds are between members of a family, between offspring and parent, and these bonds are learned during the first few weeks of the cubs’ lives. Dogs are just the same – with the essential exception that they form bonds with humans, bonds that are usually even stronger than those with other dogs. Dogs really do conceive of their owners as family.

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