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This is certainly true for my dog and cat — especially the listening part. I can’t tell you how many times my husband has walked in on me carrying on a perfectly normal conversation with one or the other of them. What can I say? Sometimes you just need to vent to someone who won’t interrupt you or try to offer their two cents’ worth.
I’m a relatively new dog owner and, despite my initial misgivings, I have come to thoroughly enjoy the quirks that only a dog can bring into your life.

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