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Prices may vary depending on the domain extension you select. Domain renewal rates will be available through your control panel.Research has long associated dog ownership with good health but this study is 100 times larger than any previous trial of its kind, he adds.Professor Fall said: 'We know dog owners in general have a higher level of physical activity, which could be one explanation to the observed results.'Other explanations include an increased wellbeing and social contacts or effects of the dog on the bacterial microbiome (gut bacteria) in the owner.''Dogs may be beneficial in reducing cardiovascular risk by providing a non-human form of social support and increasing physical activity.'Dog ownership has been reported to be associated with alleviation of social isolation and improved perception of wellbeing, particularly in single persons and the elderly.The findings were published in the journal Scientific Reports.Senior author Professor Tove Fall believes single dog owners may walk more and have increased interaction with others.