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            Dogs

            All questions relating to man's best friend.

            Asked by Felicia Kuphal in Animal Behavior, Dogs

            Do dogs love us back?

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            I believe science says yes So pet them doggies
            Asked by Hugh Luettgen in Poodles, Dogs, Dog Breeds

            Why are poodles groomed like that?

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            That very specific grooming style (the shaved parts, the floofy tufts) actually has some thought behind it. Beyond evoking the French aristocracy, that is. Poodles weren’t bred to lounge and look down on us plebs—they were bred to be retrievers. That pattern of hair is intended to speed up their swimming while keeping their vital organs and joints warm. A poodle’s coat is also pretty difficult to maintain. Since it’s so curly and thick, it gets matted easily, requiring frequent brushing. Shaving or closely clipping parts of the dog can help make that more manageable.
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