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9th India International Pet Trade Fair (IIPTF) in February to introduce New Products related to Small Mammals

This fair is touted as India's largest pet event and the only trade fair for pets in South Asia.

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New Delhi, Jan 17, 2017: The 9th India International Pet Trade Fair (IIPTF), a three-day event from February 17-19, for the first time will have products related to small mammals and aqua apart from canine products.

This fair is touted as India’s largest pet event and the only trade fair for pets in South Asia.

“IIPTF will be holding various activities for pets and pet owners. This year, IIPTF will focus on spreading awareness amongst pet parents and introduce a wide range of products curated for pet health and wellness,” the organisers said in a statement.

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“Besides canine products, exhibitors will have other products related to feline, aqua, equine, and small mammals,” it added.

The exhibitors will also showcase a wide range of items related to the pet industry including food, health, accessories, clothing, and toys.

IIPFT will spread awareness about the new entrants in pet industry which include online apps for retailing items and pet security gears. (IANS)

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Study Shows, Dogs of 8 Weeks of Age are Found Most Attractive by Humans

Dogs occupy a special place in our hearts, but there is a time when we find man's best friend most attractive -- at roughly eight weeks, the same point in time at which their mother weans them and leaves them to fend for themselves, a study says.

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The results showed that the pups' attractiveness was lowest at birth and increased to a maximum before 10 weeks of age before declining and then levelling off.
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Dogs occupy a special place in our hearts, but there is a time when we find man’s best friend most attractive — at roughly eight weeks, the same point in time at which their mother weans them and leaves them to fend for themselves, a study says.

The researchers wanted to find out if there was a connection between pups’ weaning age — when they are at their most vulnerable — and their level of attractiveness to humans.

“There is indeed an optimal age of maximum cuteness, and that age does line up pretty closely with the age at which mothers wean their pups,” said lead researcher Clive Wynne, Professor at Arizona State University in the US.

 

The study was carried out using a series of photographs of puppies at different ages, from the first weeks of life through young adulthood.
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The researchers believe that the findings, published in Anthrozoos: A Multidisciplinary Journal of the Interactions of People and Animals, could provide insight into the depth and origin of the relationship between humans and dogs.

The study was carried out using a series of photographs of puppies at different ages, from the first weeks of life through young adulthood.

The participants were asked to rank the puppies’ level of attractiveness in each photo. Three distinctive looking breeds were ranked — Jack Russell terriers, cane corsos and white shepherds.

The study was carried out using a series of photographs of puppies at different ages, from the first weeks of life through young adulthood.
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The results showed that the pups’ attractiveness was lowest at birth and increased to a maximum before 10 weeks of age before declining and then levelling off.

“Around seven or eight weeks of age, just as their mother is getting sick of them and is going to kick them out of the den and they’re going to have to make their own way in life, at that age, that is exactly when they are most attractive to human beings,” Wynne said. (IANS)