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4:26 AM | January 16, 2013
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(Source)Hi there Mia,2013 is looking pretty good! I loved your recent post on motor, sensory and structural aspects of laterality in dogs. This is the type of research that gets me going. Who would think any information could come from this, and then... Tada!!!Dogs with clockwise chest whorls were more likely 'right-pawed'Feels like play Project: Play with Your Dog is going well! We’re getting loads of submissions from people across the globe, and we'll be collecting submissions through […]

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