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Why I talk to dogs

A sunny afternoon at a park in Stockholm. Source: Melanie Stetson Freeman/Staff/File

Facebook tells me that talking to my dog is a sign of intelligence. Whew. I talk not only to my dog but to all dogs. Out loud. In public. Their tethered humans might think I’m crazy, but I can’t help it. And now I know it’s

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