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What makes dogs different from other animals?    Dogs have extra-sensitive senses that make them highly trainable. Dogs also learn things fast and know how to react to different situations when trained well.

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rainman
09/20/2008
08:24:13 AM
Re: What makes dogs different from other animals?
Dogs are very social animals, but their behavior and personality may differ with its breed depending on how they are being
cared and treated by their owners.
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withyall
09/20/2008
08:25:02 AM
Re: What makes dogs different from other animals?
Dogs have emotional responses and certain kind of sensitivity that not other animals have, or if they have, not as high as the level of dogs have
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koberyan
09/20/2008
08:27:19 AM
Re: What makes dogs different from other animals?
dogs really have that kind of emotion that is very unique from other animal. Dogs has that connection that he and the owner could only understand.
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jakehenly
09/20/2008
08:28:19 AM
Re: What makes dogs different from other animals?
With all mys dogs that come and go into my life, all I can say: Dogs are like humans in most aspects. The only thing that lacks on dogs is the ability to speak like us. But hey, they can comprehend well.
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