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Dog Tail-Chasing Linked to High Cholesterol

Via Discovery, veterinarians say compulsive tail-chasing in dogs is related to high cholesterol.

The finding adds to a growing body of evidence — mostly from studies on humans — that high cholesterol may be a marker for behavioral problems such as panic attacks and obsessive compulsive disorder, which could be expressed by frequent tail-chasing in dogs.

Sheez. No wonder. That does it: NO MORE SPONGE CAKE.

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