It’s actually scientifically proven that dogs and their owners look similar. One 2004 study published in the journal Psychological Science found that people were able to match photos of dogs and their owners, based solely on physical similarities. And a 2015 study published in the journal Anthrozoös revealed that it’s similar eyes in particular that give the pairings away. Now, whether or not people seek out pups who look like them on purpose is still up for debate. But one thing is clear: Dogs who look like their owners is a common sight. And we have the proof. Check out these 25 identical canine-human duos and prepare to be amazed! READ MORE
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Vocabulary chunks to learn from the video
I’m gonna be really good at this this is gonna be fun for us to play along I was asked if i’m allergic to anything dogs always look like their owners chip looks like he’s probably a couch cuddler he’s a little sausage shaped he’ll do anything for a treat this is like a little sweetheart potentially a rescue this guy likes largebreeds for sure a tiny little dog like this he’s kind of pulling on the collar that that makes sense I’m actually a dog trainer a cute little puppy what type of person would own this beautiful collie if it was a rescue or not a more accurate guess it is a good thing if they are rescue dogs
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