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science of dogs

  • It’s a well-known fact that if you see someone yawn, you’re likely to do the same. Interestingly, in a recent study, it was found that dogs are susceptible to yawn-contagion but not as puppies. They seem to grow into this… » Read More

  • When boxer mix, Peyton, was eight years old, she suddenly started having seizures, much to the distress of her family. According to Dogster, she experienced two in one day then many more once her family rushed her to the veterinarian’s… » Read More

  •   Though research has been done to figure out where dogs came from, it turns out, it’s still a big mystery. We do know, or at least scientists tend to agree, that dogs, the first domesticated animals, descended from wolves… » Read More

  • We use fMRIs for science and medical purposes to take images of our brains and understand brain activity. Until now, this has not been possible for dogs in a conscious state. In the past, we’ve had no idea what exactly… » Read More

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