Studies strongly suggest that the tactile act of petting a dog can lower blood pressure. Petting a dog elevates levels of serotonin and dopamine -- nerve transmitters known to have calming properties -- which helps to reduce stress and lower blood pressure.The & 34;Pet Effect& 34;A study conducted by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) showed that petting a dog lowers a person& 39;s blood pressure, a phenomenon known as the & 34;pet effect.
Cute dogs "Dog View": Google shows Japan from the perspective of a dog Google keeps coming up with new things for its street view offer. This time, the company came up with an animal idea to show the Japanese town of Ōdate in 360-degree images. It relied on the help of dogs.
Among the many critters who inhabit planet Earth, some have made burrowing a way of life. His motives for burrowing may be a tad bit different from these ground-dwelling animals known for excavating communities of tunnels and burrows to stay protected from fierce predators and extreme temperatures.Burrowing in DirtDeriving from the Latin word & 34;terra,& 34; meaning earth, terrier is also the French word for & 34;burrow.