October 7, 2012 by  
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According to Kaitlin Miller (Australian Popular Science, 2.2.12) the answer is “Yes”. In her article, Kaitlin states that: “Many pet owners have seen their sleeping dog or cat twitch or paw the air, as if dreaming of bones to bury or mice to chase. Stanley Coren, a psychology professor at the University of British Columbia […]

This is why dogs need large, raw meaty bones to chew on….it’s in their DNA!

July 11, 2012 by  
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Dogs’ evolution shows why they ‘love’ gnawing on bones   The following article was taken from BBC Nature,Ottawa,Canada (10.7.12, Victoria Gill Science reporter:    Scientists say they have discovered why dogs love to eat meat and bones. Ancient canines adopted pack-living about eight million years ago, to hunt larger prey, according to researchers. The resulting evolution […]

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