dog intelligence

A study published in October suggests dogs can sense when you're lying or are untrustworthy… And once they decide someone is unreliable they’ll begin to ignore them.
What happened? The dogs were much less likely to heed the experimenter's guidance in phase three than in phase one. That
At least, that's according to a new study that suggests dogs can tell from a facial expression whether a person is happy
We all agreed, after some more snacks and wine for ourselves, that it had been fun to play these new games with our dogs, and that we'd be likely to use them again. But we almost always enjoy playing with our dogs. Had the games been more than just fun?
Dr. Pilley wrote in his study's abstract that Chaser's understanding of such sentences was tested with multiple and familiar
A North Carolina-based company recently launched an IQ test for dogs called Dognition. For $60 per pooch, customers get access
Which are smarter: dogs or cats? This IQ debate has been raising the hackles of dog and cat lovers for decades, if not centuries. And dogs usually win paws-down. For one thing, dogs have larger brains than cats, and the larger the brain, the smarter the animal -- or so the theory goes.
Chaser's abilities places her at an intelligence level equivalent to a three-year-old human child. Now if only we could teach
But cat lovers, don't despair. Some scientists question whether brain size is directly related to intelligence level. A study