Get scientific about dogs, from the comfort of your pajamas
Piebald is everywhere, even when there is no pie.
The zinc in the coins can poison your pet
Many dogs are overweight or obese, but their owners don’t seem to notice
You can help to advance studies of dog behavior
With a giant treadmill, researchers explore questions of cooperation and domestication.
Different sounds mean different things
The key is looking for multiple signs
The hormone oxytocin plays a role
Often that look is really meant to avoid scolding
You may be giving the wrong signals
The belly-up maneuver does not always signal submission
Dog cloning hasn't turned out so great for dogs. Here's why
Do cats look to their owners for how to respond to new things
When faced with ambiguity, dogs look to their owners for how to respond.
#IAmAScienceDiplomat, launched today, showcases the benefits of international science partnerships.
Probably not. But the noise isn’t the whole problem.
How to get your dog in canine science studies.
Join an online, dog citizen science project today!
Starting tomorrow, join a three-day conference, June 19-21, on why dogs do what they do (and why we do what we do around them). Join live in Phoenix, AZ or watch the free, International live stream...