Study Shows That a Dog’s Breed Does Not Determine Its Behavior

Owners shouldn’t use breed alone as a guide when choosing a dog

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“There is a huge amount of behavioral variation in every breed, and at the end of the day, every dog really is an individual,” Elinor Karlsson, the study’s co-author and a University of Massachusetts geneticist, told the Associated Press.




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