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UK Study Shows That 1 in 5 Women Confide in Their Dogs

by Savitha C Muppala on August 14, 2010 at 6:46 PM
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 UK Study Shows That 1 in 5 Women Confide in Their Dogs

Guess who is the new trusted confidante of women in UK ? A survey has revealed that 1 in 5 women reveal their darkest secrets to their dogs.

According to The Daily Express, Winalot, a dog food company, found that one in five women share secrets with dogs, the kind that they wouldn't share with anyone else.

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14 per cent even believed their dog could read their mind.

Men, on the other hand, score only 10 percent.

Owners consider pets as a trusted companion, and believe their pets make them feel 'more optimistic'.

Source: ANI
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