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    By Fiona Macrae Science Editor For The Daily Mail
    Published: 18:31 EST, 1 May 2016 | Updated: 20:03 EST, 1 May 2016


    • Australian researchers separated dogs from their owners for new study
    • They then reunited them and monitored their heart rates for patterns
    • Both dog and human heart rates fell, and then began to mirror each other
    • Researchers were stunned by how much two heart beats came together
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    Of course it does, dogs breathing patterns also adjust to mimic ours. They are our little fur babies.
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    They can hear our hearts beating through a wall or two... I'm not sure how loud they hear their own heartbeats. Put a Dixie-Cup on a pregnant dog's belly, and you can hear puppy-heartbeats as non-synchronized as it gets.
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