Dogs in Science
Of course the German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever have something to say on the topic, but we also talked to some of the other smartest dog breeds.
Dogs help improve how a family with an autistic child functions, according to a study by the Human Animal Bond Research Initiative Foundation.
Lead researcher Carol Osborne, D.V.M., shares initial results from her clinical trial for synchronization immunotherapy to treat cancer in dogs.
England’s National Health Service recently approved a clinical study to use dogs in testing for prostate cancer, taking previous research a step further.
A team of scientists may have figured out the algorithm that describes how dogs herd sheep. Do we want to replace sheepdogs with machines?
The Center for Canine Behavior Studies aims to show how owner personality affects dog behavior, which could help more dogs find homes for life.
The acclaimed new book is by Dr. Gregory Berns, the groundbreaking scientist who conducts MRI tests on dogs to discover what makes them tick.