Children are more anxious to have a relationship with their dog than their brothers and sisters, says University of Cambridge researchers.
Is the dog the best friend of the kid?The research provides further evidence that households can have a major influence on the development of children, and has a positive effect on the development and social well-being of social dysfunctions. "Anyone who had a little childhood in childhood knows how much love they can turn to and find a true companion." - says Matt Cassells, (Gates Cambridge Scholar, Department of Psychiatry) is the study leader. Children reported having a stronger relationship with their animals, especially with their dogs and their brothers and sisters. This is the connection with less conflict and more frustration We can ask how this is possible because animals do not understand our language and cannot answer it? "It can even be an advantage for the animals not to talk back, because they can't get there." The study was published in the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology.