Man’s Best Friend Keeps Children on the Move

by Rebecca on October 11, 2010

in Animals in the News,Dwight Dyke Dogs


Contact: Sandy Wilks

From Science Daily:  

Children whose families own dogs are more active than those without, according to new research. Researcher’s from St. George’s, University of London studied 2,065 children aged nine to ten, and found that children from dog-owning families have higher levels of physical activity compared to children without. To read more:

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