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What the Dog Science Says
What the dog science says is a blog which uses the latest canine science ..
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Dogs are renowned for rescuing humans. But, would a dog really rescue someone if there was nothing in it for them? A new study puts dogs ..read more

Music therapy has proven benefit to people. Can the same be said for dogs? A new study reviews the science and finds out which music works ..read more

Desexing our dogs by neutering or spaying has become commonplace. At the same time euthanasia rates have plummeted. New evidence reveals ..read more

Pet dogs need to be trained. If they’re not trained they can’t meet the expectations of the human society in which they find ..read more

Dog emotions can be hard to read. A new study set out to investigate how experience, age and culture affect our ability to interpret them ..read more

Millions of dogs are regularly left alone. Some become distressed and suffer separation anxiety. A new study investigates if breed makes a ..read more

Millions of tonnes of dog poop in plastic bags ends up in landfill every year. Is there a better solution to dog waste management? A new ..read more

Dog owners have a lower risk of death. A new study adds convincing evidence to this premise. But, are dogs really the cause? The post Are ..read more

Therapy dogs are being used more and more, but do they work? Three brand new studies assess their value in three contexts. Sometimes they ..read more

Some say smaller dogs are harder to house train. Until now, there hasn't been any evidence to back this up. A new study finds out... The ..read more

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