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Lately, the three of us Goldens have gotten to discussing some serious topics. Grant loves to talk politics, and Tori's big on religion, so back in the dog house we recently had a chat about the bible. Yeah, that bible. Here's what we chewed on for a few hours . . ..

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The title of this story may be a bit misleading because unless one is doing something terribly wrong, most dogs, regardless of breed, will prefer to be in the company of their human companions as much as possible. However, as with other dog behaviors that might reflect breed-specific personality traits, there are those breeds which tend to have more difficulty being left alone. If your dog struggles bigly in your absence, you ought to consider separation anxiety and a lack of exercise as possible causes. Of course, there are so many other possibilities.

Among the ten breeds that make this list are Siberian Huskies, Havanese, French Bulldogs, and Australian Shepherds. Read the full story here in AZ Animals to find out what other breeds miss you TOO MUCH when you’re gone!

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