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Science & History

From cave to condo, Canis lupus has been loping beside us every step of the way.

Similarities in our brains and neurochemistry are responsible
Swedish twin study finds a connection
Study finds match with valid scientific markers
Wolves communicate more by gazing than less social species
dog on stairs
Training enhances this ability
New dog research abundant and accessible
Researching how dog noses develop
Much remains to learn about using this treatment
Evidence of environmental effects on behavior
They reflect our close relationship with dogs
What that tells us about the human-canine relationship
A rare example of when our dogs can’t help us
Citizen science opportunities for dog lovers
New research suggests an association
A Survey in the Mariana Islands