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Are you barking up the wrong tree by sleeping with your dog?

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona -- Let sleeping dogs lie... in the bedroom. That's according to a new Mayo Clinic study that's sure to set many tails wagging. It's no secret that Americans love their dogs. According to the American Veterinary Association, more than 40 million American households have dogs. Of these households, 63 percent consider their canine companions to be family.
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Are you barking up the wrong tree by sleeping with your dog?

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(Mayo Clinic) Let sleeping dogs lie...in the bedroom. That's according to a new Mayo Clinic study that's sure to set many tails wagging.

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