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Dogs mirror stress levels of owners, researchers find
If the dead-end job, the pokey flat and the endless failings of the neighbors are getting on your wick, then spare a thought for the dog.
New insight into history of dogs and humans
Dogs were part of a key moment in human history — when our ancestors began trying their hand at farming.
Stem cell may explain why dogs have such good sense of smell
Why did some mammals, like dogs, develop such a powerful sense of smell, while others, like humans, get stuck with a relatively puny olfactory system?
Dogs probably can't predict earthquakes, scientists say
It's been suggested that dogs, cats and other animals can anticipate or predict an earthquake. For the first time, researchers have applied thorough scientific analysis to investigate the claim.
Dogs are good at reading our moods: Study
Researchers say they have proved that dogs have better social skills than their human owners. What's more, they have a much greater emotional intelligence than we give them credit for.
Dogs and wolves have an innate sense of inequity
Humans and primates have a finely tuned sense of inequity. New research suggests dogs and wolves also possess a sense of fairness — or lack there of.
Cats may be as intelligent as dogs
The idea that dogs are more intelligent than cats has been called into question.
Dogs remember even stupid things we do
Dogs pay more attention to us than previously thought, with new research showing that they remember our actions and other events even when the occurrences didn't hold any particular importance at the time they happened.
Here's what dogs see when they watch TV
Dog owners often notice their pets watching televisions, computer screens and tablets. But what is going on in their pooch's head?
Brain scans show dogs know what humans are saying
A new study suggested that dogs understand words and intonations in human speech.
Study: Dogs don't trust you when you're angry
Why won't your dog trust you when you point to the tennis ball hiding in the long grass at the other end of the yard?
Canine copycats can mirror other dogs emotions
Dogs can copy each other's expressions in a split-second just like people, showing signs of basic empathy, according to Italian researchers.

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