— A study of ancient DNA suggests dogs might have entered human culture 32,000 years ago.
— A study of 12 dogs suggests that dogs' emotions are as nuanced and real as those of people.
— This research is still very much in its nascency, but the research is definitely potentially a step in the right direction.
— Dogs can perceive color, but their spectrum contains a lot fewer hues than what humans see.
— In fact, dogs are more likely to catch them from their owners than strangers, a new study says.
— A study reveals that the eyebrows (and the left ear) convey important dog emotions. No kidding.
— Add this to your list of dog facts: A recent study shows that dogs can see color.
— A new study shows that people who treat their dogs like children have been right all along.
— The winner can save $70,000 when cloning a dog. Of course, that leaves $30,000.
— "The motions are precise, even mathematical," says one researcher. Just the same, it ain't pretty.
— The brainy Border Collie might soon be smart enough to go in the kitchen and make you a sandwich.
— It's no surprise the oft-quoted ratio on aging is a bunch of hooey, but the real answer is not simple.
— The same technician who made a prosthetic foot for the German Shepherd mix also adopted him.
— The study by Texas Tech University is among the first of its kind.
— Bill Wasik and Monica Murphy take a fascinating look at rabies through the ages.
— Researchers at Lund University in Sweden rigorously studied the behavior -- when they could have just asked us.
— The evidence says no (beyond the rare injection-site sarcoma). But I'm willing to engage in debate.
— According to a new study, dogs empathize. How has your dog comforted you in times of distress?
— A Munsterlander became the sixth dog to undergo an experimential, jaw-regrowth procedure.
— A drug called Zeuterin sterilizes male dogs with a simple injection into the testicles.
— The video you've always wanted to see -- dogs drying themselves in slow motion. (You're welcome.)
— Monterey County volunteers get training materials anywhere they can. And let's just say I've never knowingly shared a vehicle with bits of human bodies before.
— The dog suffered the disfiguring injury saving two girls in the Philippines. She needs surgery in the U.S., and it looks like rescue efforts will make that happen.
— Dogs are Einsteins when it comes to their sniffers. We bet your dog has sniffed out some pretty unusual things. Let's have a few!
— Science is learning all kinds of things about dogs' noses, including this: Humans are splendidly, amazingly stinky to dogs, and they love us for it.
— The oft-used phrase "Pavlov's dogs"often obscures a hazy truth: Those were real dogs! We honor Druzhok, the doctor's favorite.
— Want to make your kids healthier? Get a dog -- so say researchers in Finland (who totally rock).
— A new report suggests that the allergy-free dog just doesn't exist. Does that get your dander up, or do you agree?
— Boomers helped make dogs into bonafide family members. But as they get older, will the bond -- and the industry that sprung up around it -- endure?
— Has your dog given you a furry shoulder to cry on? Turns out many are conditioned to comfort humans, even when they are complete strangers.
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