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65 percent of dog owners admit to taking more pictures of their dog than their significant other, according to results from a study via Rover.com, a site that connects dog owners with dog sitters.
Just think about it -- who's a cuter sleeper? Spouse or pup? You be the judge.
The study also found that nearly half of people surveyed say they find it harder to leave their dog for a week versus a significant other.
94 percent of dog owners also consider their dog a part of the family and 56 percent greet their dog when they walk in the door, before saying hello to anyone else in the family.
Raise your hand if you're guilty!
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