> I've concluded that most dogs are true believers - thinking (within their limited cognitive abilities) that their owners are both supernatural and divine.
Actually I believe dogs see their owners as big, misshapen, alpha canines.
I'm reasonably certain that categories such as "supernatural" and "divine" are not in a dog's vocabulary.
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