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Dog Science

Hot weather in Ankara

It’s time to relieve your stress, at least for your dog’s sake!

Beth Rush
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Playing with dogs can increase concentration, study finds

Can sleeping with your dog have a negative impact on your rest?

Are bears big doggos? A Dog o’Day investigative report

Hjordis Niven

The extinct woolly dog: Science sheds light on the pet’s history and purpose

Beth Rush
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Border Terrier Bitch, England

Why the dog aging project may be facing a possible demise

Beth Rush
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 15: A view of dogs at the Peter Arnell Portfolio 1980-2020 book launch party hosted by John Demsey at Private Residence on November 15, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Peter Arnell)

Learn more about your pet with Wisdom Panel Pet DNA Kits and save this Cyber Monday

Kimberley Spinney
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UNSPECIFIED, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 28: An elderly dog shuffles through the snow-covered flowers in St James' Park on February 28, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. Freezing weather conditions dubbed the "Beast from the East" brings snow and sub-zero temperatures to the UK. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

Study reveals that dogs with dementia struggle with sleep

Kimberley Spinney
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BATH, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 18: A Border Collie mix sits on a sofa at his home, on October 18, 2023 in Bath, England. Recent figures show that there are approximately 13 million dogs in the UK, making them the most common owned pets with over a third of of households in the UK owning a pet dog. Dog ownership rose dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

What does it mean when your dog tilts their head?

Kimberley Spinney
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Ancestry Launches First Ever Pet product - Know Your Pet DNA. Image Courtesy of Ancestry

Ancestry launches Know Your Pet DNA kit for dogs

Rebecca Mills
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Kookie Morrison throws a birthday party for Innocent, her Yorkie-Bishon Mix dog at Splish Splash Dog Daycare in Englewood on Friday September 21, 2018. Khloe, a four year old Yorkie attends the party.Dog Birthday Party

British company thortful shares birthday study about dogs and pet parents

Rebecca Mills
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Pawsitively in Love - Dogs can't help but fall in love. Image Courtesy of UpSplash.

Read this love study about dogs from Canine Cottages x Joe Nutkins

Rebecca Mills
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - AUGUST 24: A coyote is seen on the fourth fairway during the first round of the CPKC Women's Open at Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club on August 24, 2023 in Vancouver, British Columbia. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

A special look at the coyote

Domenic Marinelli
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YALOVA, TURKEY - MAY 20: A stray dog and a stray cat are seen as they share their feeding and living spaces and sometimes play games together in Yalova, Turkey on May 20, 2021. (Photo by Isa Terli/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

A deeper look into the relationship between cats and dogs

Domenic Marinelli
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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 06: A Dingo pup looks on from it's new home at Nura Diya Australia at Taronga Zoo on April 06, 2023 in Sydney, Australia. Nura Diya Australia features 23 unique and iconic Aussie species. It allows visitors to stroll amongst Kangaroos, come paw-to-paw with Dingo pups and walk within the tree canopy to see Koalas up close, the zoo says. These animals are some of the oldest and most rare wildlife and found nowhere else on earth. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

The dingo: The most misunderstood of the wild dogs

Domenic Marinelli
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VORTUKA, RUSSIA - MARCH 08: An arctic fox also known as polar and white fox of Vorkuta eats a piece of cake thrown by passengers of Khorota railway station as wild animals suffer from hunger due to extreme weather condition in Vorkuta, Komi Repbulic, Russia on March 08, 2021. (Photo by Lana Sator/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Meet the arctic fox—perhaps the most adorable pup in the wild dog family

Domenic Marinelli
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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - NOVEMBER 07: Dogs and cats of other pets are seen at an exhibition during ExpoPet 2022, themed 'Petaverse: Open to the Pet Universe," is held at Corferias in Bogota, Colombia on November 07, 2022. The expo features 1000+ vendor booths offering standard pet products, with a focus on innovative technology to help pet owners take care of their beloved pet friends in the digital age. (Photo by Juancho Torres/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

What to know about your dogs and cats’ teenage phase

Domenic Marinelli
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ISTANBUL, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 30: Kemal Gorey Beydagi, a 32-year-old visually impaired man is seen with his guide dog "Bulut" in Istanbul, Turkey on November 30, 2021. Kemal Gorey Beydagi, a composer who produces music for production companies, TV channels abroad, rediscovers the world with the arrival of Bulut, with whom they have been matched, after the difficult training they received together, (Photo by Esra Bilgin/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Dogs can be trained for a future in the medical profession

Domenic Marinelli
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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - APRIL 08: Brain Shields prepares his dog Mawhai for a training session on Karamatura Track in the Waitakere Ranges at Huia on April 08, 2021 in Auckland, New Zealand. Two specially trained sniffer dogs have joined Auckland Council's biosecurity team to help in the fight against kauri dieback. The fatal, incurable tree disease is caused by a soil-borne microorganism called Phytophthora agathidicida, with Auckland's Waitākere Ranges Regional Park one of the most heavily infested kauri forests in New Zealand. Four-year-old English springer spaniel Pip and five-year-old German hunting terrier Mawhai are kauri dieback detection dogs and have been in training for the past year to be able to sniff out the kauri dieback pathogen. The dogs wear special booties when working in the forests, with different shoes for different forest areas to avoid contamination. In the future, it's hoped the dogs will be able to help protect areas without kauri dieback disease by checking equipment and materials before they are introduced into areas where the pathogen has not been detected, including the Hunua Ranges and islands in the Hauraki Gulf. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images)

Can dogs really sniff out cancer in humans?

Beth Rush
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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA - JULY 15: One of the certificates awarded by the Guinness World Record to Victor Peralta and his wife Gabriela hangs in the 'Querubin' tattoo studio in Buenos Aires, Argentina on July 15, 2022. Víctor Hugo Peralta (Uruguay) and his wife Gabriela (Argentina) hold a Guinness World Record for the most body modifications in the world. These modifications in their bodies consist of 50 piercings, eight micro dermals, 14 body implants, five dental implants, four ear expanders, two ear bolts, and one forked tongue. The Peralta family's love of body art continues to motivate them to make more modifications and today they have around 98 in all bodies. They travel the world promoting the culture of tattooing and body art as a way of life. (Photo by Pablo Barrera/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

A Chihuahua named Spike has been named the world’s oldest dog

Giovanna Mengarelli
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ANKARA, TURKIYE - AUGUST 19: A cat plays in its cage on the International Homeless Animalsâ Day 2022 in Ankara, Turkiye on August 19, 2022. The âInternational Homeless Animals Dayâ, first organized by the International Society for Animal Rights in 1992, continues to be held on the third Saturday of August every year. The event aims to raise awareness of the overpopulation of dogs and cats left homeless around the world. Worldwide charity campaigns are organized every year as part of the events, which are also supported by zoo conservation committees and conservation societies. (Photo by Omer Taha Cetin/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

How the brains of our cats and dogs work

Domenic Marinelli
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BERLIN, GERMANY - AUGUST 06: Eleanora Mende, 84, who lost the use of her legs and requires care, strokes the fur of Mogli during the cat's weekly visit at the Lutherstift senior care facility on August 6, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Eva Kullmann, Mogli's owner, says the weekly visits are vital therapy and spark the curiosity, communication and delight of the facility residents. Friday, August 8, is World Cat Day. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

The benefits of dog and cat therapy programs for seniors

Domenic Marinelli
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ERBIL, IRAQ - OCTOBER 18: A man is seen with a dog at the hotel which offers various services such as personal care and accommodation for cats and dogs in Erbil, Iraq on October 18, 2022. (Photo by Ahsan Mohammed Ahmed/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Our dogs know when we’re stressed—our emotions affect them more than you know

Domenic Marinelli
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ANKARA, TURKIYE - SEPTEMBER 29: Rabia Gol poses for a photo with adopted cat named "Monika" ahead of the 4th October World Animal Day in Ankara, Turkiye on September 29, 2022. Based on the motto "Love heals everything", animal lovers who had their pets treated and formed a strong bond with them in the process told their stories. Animal lovers witnessed the healing processes by adopting animals with various ailments. (Photo by Omer Taha Cetin/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

The unbelievable health benefits of petting your dog or cat

Domenic Marinelli
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OXFORDSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 08: Black and tan Jack Russell terrier pedigree puppy lying in his bed, England, United Kingdom. (Photo by Tim Graham/Getty Images)

Are dogs crying tears of sorrow when they tear up?

Domenic Marinelli
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NORWAY - 2020/03/05: Close-up of a Gray wolf (Canis lupus) is howling in the snow at a wildlife park in northern Norway. (Photo by Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Dog Science: Can wolves bark? Turns out they can and more

Dan Shedd
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'Ava' is a Labrador Retriever Pit Bull mix and has been at the Humane Society of Central Arkansas since August of last year, making her the dog that's been there longest. Shelter manager Carolyn Carter said the sweet tempered dog does not show well when she's in her kennel because she always looks sad.Xmas Pets

New study: Signs show that dogs can mourn their canine buddies

Giovanna Mengarelli
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SARAJEVO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - OCTOBER 15: Dogs are seen amid deciduous leafs during autumn on Vilsonovo Hiking Trail in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on October 15, 2018. (Photo by Mustafa Ozturk/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Swiss Alps robot hiking dogs could cross different planets

Giovanna Mengarelli
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