Science & History

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

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
They form mental representations based on scent
Lateralization in brain response to human vocalizations
The potential to improve the welfare of older dogs
Photo extends this rare canid's range
Using artificial intelligence to translate from the canine
Images from 8000 years ago offer new information
What can archeology tells us about the “connection” origins.
Saint Bernard current and past
Breeders, judges and historians talk about breed standards—why they work and when they don’t
New study reveals that our dogs are affected by how long we're gone.
first dogs
Village dogs’ genetic code may hold clues to canine evolution and health
What do dogs know and how do they know it?