Dogs are considered part of the Jewish religion and are considered the most holy animal in Judaism.
Dogs are also considered holy by some Muslims and are seen as holy by Hindus.
A study published in the journal Jewish Journal of Clinical Medicine found that dog ownership among the general population is rising, but the percentage of dogs in the United States is still falling.
The Jewish Journal’s research team surveyed 1,000 dog owners and found that the average age of owning a dog has gone up from 37 years old to 43 years old.
It found that more than 80% of dog owners say they prefer their dogs to be a pure breed, with nearly one in three saying they want to breed more.
Dogs can be as young as eight months old and the majority of dogs do not ever have to be spayed or neutered.
The average age for a puppy is four to six months old, according to the American Kennel Club.
Most dogs have no other health problems, including dental problems, allergies or parasites, according the KennelClub.
The study found that fewer than 30% of people who owned dogs before moving to the United State in the 1970s or 1980s had them in their home, and only 7% had a dog in their own home at that time. More: