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Why do dogs bury bones? – Livescience.com

Chewing bones is a favorite pastime of dogs. If a bone is very beloved, the dog might even bury it.
To humans, this behavior may seem odd, so why do dogs invest so much energy in burying their prized possessions?
“The reason why a dog buries something is to save it for later,” Teoti Anderson, professional dog trainer and behavior consultant based in Florida, told Live Science. “When you dont know when youll find your next meal, it makes sense to hide leftovers.
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