The veterinary world has long recognized the importance of dogs in a pet’s care, especially when it comes to infectious disease and veterinary diseases.
It also knows that there are a few breeds that are especially loved and respected by veterinarians, including the American Pit Bull Terrier and Great Dane.
But it’s important to remember that the dogs themselves are not the best caregivers.
A new study suggests that dogs are actually more important to the vets in terms of preventing disease and disease-causing germs than cats or cats’ owners.
“We think the dog has a lot to do with the pet’s overall health,” said Dr. Elizabeth A. Stacey, a professor of veterinary medicine at the University of Washington.
“The way dogs respond to certain environmental conditions is one of the things that is responsible for their longevity and survival.”
“Dogs are not very good at being pet parents,” said Stacey.
“In terms of providing the home environment, they are not good at doing that.
They are not great at getting a lot of exercise.
They’re very prone to getting a bit overweight.
They don’t really have a lot in the way of a sense of community.
And they have this tendency to react in a very negative way to things that might make them less attractive to people, such as people with chronic health problems.”
Stacey and her colleagues have been studying dog health and health outcomes in a variety of ways over the years, and have come up with a number of different hypotheses for why dogs can have a much higher chance of living a long, healthy life than people.
For example, dogs can spend longer in captivity, and are less likely to be euthanized.
And, the dogs are less inclined to get sick and more likely to survive infections.
So, to find out if these dog behaviors are actually related to the dogs’ health, the researchers wanted to see if they were.
They took advantage of a dataset of medical records that had been gathered over the past few decades.
They then examined those records to see whether or not there was any relationship between the dogs, their behavior, and their health.
They found that there was.
They found that dogs were more likely than cats to be diagnosed with certain diseases, including heart disease and chronic infections.
They were also more likely when it came to developing certain types of cancer.
“There are a lot more dog owners than cats, and they are doing better in terms a quality of life,” said the lead author of the study, Dr. David L. Gullick.
“I think that maybe we’re just more comfortable in our homes and being able to spend more time with them.”
The study is published in the journal Veterinary Research.
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