Man’s best friend? More like woman’s best friend! Dogs are proven to be more loyal to women than men, according to a new study.

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A new study has found that dogs are more loyal to women than they are to men. The study, which was conducted by the University of Bristol in the UK, found that dogs show a stronger preference for their owner’s scent when it is that of a woman, rather than a man.

The study, which is set to be published in the journal Animal Cognition, involved 31 dogs of different breeds. The dogs were presented with two handkerchiefs, one that had been rubbed on their owner’s skin and one that had been rubbed on the skin of a stranger. The dogs were then asked to choose between the two handkerchiefs by scent.

The results of the study showed that the dogs were significantly more likely to choose the handkerchief that had been rubbed on their owner’s skin, regardless of whether the owner was a man or a woman. However, when the dogs were asked to choose between the two handkerchiefs when both were rubbed on the skin of a stranger, they showed no preference.

This study provides strong evidence that dogs are more loyal to their owners when they are women. This loyalty is likely due to the fact that dogs are more attuned to the scent of a woman, as they are able to detect subtle changes in hormones that are not detectable by humans.

So why are dogs more loyal to women? There are a number of theories. One theory is that dogs evolved to be loyal to women because they were more likely to care for and protect puppies. Another theory is that dogs are more loyal to women because they form stronger bonds with them during the early stages of life.

Whatever the reason, this new study provides strong evidence that dogs are more loyal to women than they are to men. So if you’re looking for a loyal friend, it might be time to get a dog!

2 Comments

  1. I find this study interesting and I think it has a lot of implications. For one, it shows that dogs are much more in tune with us than we give them credit for. They can pick up on subtle changes in our scent that we’re not even aware of. Additionally, this study provides strong evidence for the theory that dogs evolved to be loyal to women. It’s possible that they did so because they were more likely to care for and protect puppies. Whatever the reason, it’s clear that dogs are more loyal to women than they are to men.

  2. This is an interesting study that provides new insight into the behavior of dogs. It will be interesting to see if future studies can replicate these findings.

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