Japanese Dogs Pampered By Owners

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Chocolate, a miniature dachshund receives acupuncture therapy to help... News PhotoAcupuncture,Animal,Assistance,Bestof,Chocolate,Cultures,Dachshund,Hernia,Horizontal,Human Interest,Japan,Receiving,Small,Tokyo - Japan,Topics,TopixPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesTOKYO, JAPAN - APRIL 12: Chocolate, a miniature dachshund receives acupuncture therapy to help with lumbar disk herniation, at the Marina Street Okada animal hospital on April 12, 2013 in Tokyo Japan. The number of pet dogs in Japan has been increasing steadily to 11.5 million animals, almost one-fifth households. One-tenth of Japanese families have at least one dog, according to the survey of Japan Pet Food Association. (Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images)