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The best apartment dogs are in a small area of the city, and they’re all at the very top of the food chain, according to a study that found a correlation between the dog-friendly living environment and a person’s willingness to pet them.

Dogs are not only an integral part of their owners’ lives, but they are also an integral component of their environment.

The researchers examined data from the American Community Survey (ACS) from the 2000 to 2012 period, and found that, on average, people who had dogs lived in homes with two or more dogs.

In households with fewer than five dogs, the number of dogs was almost equal to the number in households with five or more.

When households with more than five pets were compared to those with fewer, the relationship was almost the same.

The results, published online on Wednesday, suggest that people who live with dogs do so because they enjoy them, and that they are likely to enjoy the social interaction that comes with being with them.

They also believe that, when they get along with the dog, they have a greater chance of being in a good mood.

A study conducted in the US in 2006 by the University of Pennsylvania found that people in households where the owner had a dog reported higher levels of happiness, positive mood and emotional well-being than people in homes where the dog owner was not a dog owner.

The study also found that owners who lived in a dog-safe neighborhood reported higher feelings of self-esteem and self-worth.

These positive outcomes, the researchers wrote, “are consistent with a role for dog ownership in helping to improve emotional well being and self esteem”.

The study was led by Dr Anastasia Ochsner of the University at Buffalo, and was published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

Ochsek, who is also a research fellow at the University’s Institute for Human Development and Social Work, said: ‘Dogs are a key part of our lives, and many people are motivated by their love for them and their attachment to them.

‘But it’s important to note that our findings don’t mean that people should abandon dogs altogether.

They’re part of human society, and as long as we keep them in check, they’ll help us be happier, more fulfilled and healthier in the long term.’

She added that the findings were important for the dogs themselves.

‘It seems that the positive impacts of being a dog can be attributed to positive interactions with other dogs and their owners,’ she said.

‘And the negative impacts of dogs can be associated with negative interactions with people.’

This study highlights the importance of adopting dog-free communities for dogs.

We need to be more aware of how the environment impacts our emotional well–being, and this research can help us make better decisions about whether to keep our pets.’

In the United States, more than 4 million people have dogs, according the ASPCA, and the United Kingdom has the highest number of dog owners per capita.

While the number is high, the US is still a relatively dog-hive country, with only 14% of the country’s households having a dog.

Dogs can be a valuable part of a family, said Ochsen, and there are some positive effects that can be seen when they are not involved in the lives of other people.

Dogs help keep people calm, she said, and can be ‘a source of entertainment’.

‘I think it’s great that dogs are involved in so many things, whether that’s as a source of laughter, companionship, or companionship in our lives.’

I also think they’re an important part of the human community.

People who live in dog-lovers communities are also likely to live in neighborhoods with more dog-savvy people, and more dog lovers.

‘So, dogs are part of who we are as humans, and we want to make sure they are involved with our lives in a way that is healthy, enjoyable and helps us feel good.’

Dogs also provide companionship for people with dementia, said Dr Ochsel-Klein.

‘They’re able to offer reassurance, help to keep people in check and be a source, both for us and for the dog,’ she explained.

‘People who are caring for a companion animal are much less likely to have dementia.’

Dogs are also seen as a useful tool for those who have lost a limb.

They are used in rehabilitation of amputated limbs, she explained, and in the military, where amputations are performed as part of ‘recovery programs’.

‘People often say, “I lost my leg because I couldn’t do it,”‘ Ochsand said.

But Ochstein added that people with amputations also often have other disabilities, including hearing loss and vision loss.

‘The thing that we can do with our pets is they help us see things that we may not see, and make us feel less anxious and less stressed,’ she added.