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What makes dogs howl, yawn and hide under the bed? Researchers plumb the inner workings of dogs.
Massive Study on Aging in Canines
The Dog Aging Project wants to advance our understanding of dogs and help them live longer, healthier lives.
Researchers Harness the Deadly Anthrax Toxin to Treat Bladder Cancer in Dogs
R. Claudio Aguilar
Newly Discovered Genetic Element Adjusts Coat Color in Dogs
Estrogen’s Opposing Effects on Mammary Tumors in Dogs
New findings challenge popular views of estrogen’s role in cancer risk.
Katherine Unger Baillie, University of Pennsylvania
WSU Study Aims to Prevent Adverse Drug Reactions in Dogs
A rare genetic mutation could result in dogs being exposed to dangerously high levels of anesthetic agents.
Josh Babcock, Washington State University
The Sounds of Sadness: Why A Dog’s Whimpering Gets to Us
Why dog cries are sadder than even a baby’s crying.
Life with a dog as a child may lessen risk of developing schizophrenia
Hidden Traits and Colors Lurk in Purebred Dogs
What's The Value Of Your Dog's Life, And Why It Matters
Simon F. Haeder
Unique Sled Dogs Helped the Inuit Thrive in the North American Arctic
UC Davis Anthropologists and Geneticists Traced Dog’s DNA Back 2,000 Years
Kindness To Dogs During Training Matters
Aversive dog training techniques negatively affect canine welfare
Karen B. London, PhD
Detection Dogs and DNA on the Trail of Endangered Lizards
Noninvasive Scat Sampling Could Strengthen Reptile Conservation
Dog Walks, Sniffing, Shaking and Pulse Rate
New research explores the connections
Karen B. London, PhD
Cloning a Dog is Possible...But is it a Good Idea?
Inside the hidden costs of dog cloning.
CBD For Dogs Research Gains Ground
Dogs Are Good For Our Heart Health
Bone Cancer’s Genetic Mutations Are the Same in Children and Dogs
The Bark Editors
Quiz: Why You Shouldn’t Adopt A Dog Based On Breed
DNA tests show that over two-thirds of the breed labels on dogs in shelters or on pet rescue websites are wrong.
Your Dog's Personality Can Change Over Time
Do Bigger Dogs Equal Smarter Dogs? New Study Offers Answers
Bigger dogs outdo little dogs at this one intelligence test.