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Why do dogs lick ears? Do they lick ears because they are bored? Or because they are lonely? Some dogs lick their ears to get rid of earwax. Or perhaps they are trying to wash off fleas.

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7 Reasons Why Exotic Pets Are Illegal and Why They Shouldn’t Be

Melissa cares for a variety of exotic animals and has completed a certificate in veterinary assisting and a bachelor& 39;s degree in biology. 1. Overstated Concerns for Public SafetyIt is extremely frustrating to exotic pet owners that many animals are illegal because of public safety concerns. The reasoning is often hideously unfounded and silly.

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5 Horribly Hilarious Halloween Pet Videos

The Internet is a strange place: some good strange, some bad strange and a whole lot of strange strange. What’s even stranger is that so much of the strangeness involves animals. Cats continue to control the majority of our online viewing time, followed by people tripping down stairs and falling off chairs.

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Self-recognition: Do dogs have a self-awareness? In detail

Self-recognition: Do dogs have a self-awareness?

Dog keeping self-recognition: Do dogs have a self-awareness? What most dog owners have long guessed that my researcher has now proven: Dogs have a self-awareness. Self-recognition seems to be a breeze for the four-legged friends, experiments suggest. Even if they fail the mirror test, dogs still have a self-awareness - Shutterstock / Zuzule What does self-recognition or self-awareness mean anyway?

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