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New research by scientists at Uppsala University and the University of Liverpool now suggests that whether we choose to own a dog or not may be largely determined by our genes. Findings of studies in twins suggest that proposed health benefits of dog ownership may be partly explained by the genetic makeup of people who want a dog in their lives.
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