|Miss Dot is ridiculously hot|
And what's this? Harold has. . . friends?
A study by Rebecca Johnson, Ph.D., RN, of the University of Missouri-Columbia Center for the Study of Animal Wellness, showed that when a human pets a dog, within minutes they get a massive release of beneficial hormones known to be associated with health and feelings of well-being; beta endorphin, prolactin, dopamine, oxytocin, and beta phenylethylamine are all released - these hormones not only make people happy, but they also decrease the stress hormone, cortisol.
Just in case you were wondering why we're all so ridiculously happy. . .
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