I would be skeptical of any study that says that. Humans and dogs have been living together for thousands of years. It's highly unlikely dogs living in a house would cause cancer. If it did, then potentially billions of people around the world would be at risk, and there would be lots of reports about it.Yeah, I guess that's true... And there have been studies that show that households with dogs in the house have higher chances of cancer in the family.
I prefer the studies that have shown pet owners generally live longer and are healthier lives thanks to their pets needing care and attention
Your parents are weird thoSame. My mom says that dogs spread disease and she doesn't want one in the house. If we ever move to the country she said I could get one but it would have to stay outside.
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