Brie's Story

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Dogs and humans have been evolving together for nearly 30,000 years.  Anthropologists tell us that dogs have learned to adapt to us in order to survive so that we would take care of them. And a new study shows they've learned to use their puppy eyes to their advantage through years of practice. So, do they really love us, or are they just ‘adapting?’ 

Detours reporter Kristin Marguerite Doidge went on a quest to find out whether dogs are our real friends, or if it's all just one big scam.  

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