In a recent study conducted on tendencies for dog ownership, a team of scientists examined information from over 35,000 pairs of twins twins for any possibility of genetic component for dog preference. The results show that genes have a significant influence on whether a person will get a dog for a pet.
Do you ever look into your dog’s eyes and feel filled with love? New research from Japan suggests that those loving looks at your dog might be the “oxytocin gaze,” and the feelings of adoration go both ways.
A few weeks ago, Chris Reed of the San Diego Tribune wrote an article that triggered dog lovers everywhere referring to our beloved pups as parasites.
Do you like how your dog smells? Well, the internet says your not alone. Yhere might also be a scientific reason behind why you enjoy your dog’s scent so much.
A scientific study shows that dogs will give food to their friends, even if they do not get anything in return.
Tucker is one of many dogs in the CK-9 program who sniff out the waste of endangered animals to help scientific conservation research.
Scientists hope that this will help preserve endangered species, prevent canine diseases, and eventually unlock clues into curing human diseases.
A recent study of genetically diverse dogs traces their ancestry back to Central Asia, shedding new light on where our modern domestic dogs came from.