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Dogs Understand Human Emotion, Says Study

According to researchers, dogs can understand how we're feeling. After training 11 dogs to lie still in an MRI machine, a team from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences were able to conduct realistic experiments comparing canine brains to those of humans, and found evidence that dogs are more sensitive to their owners' state of mind than previously thought.

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