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COVID-19 Detection Dogs

COVID-19 Detection Dogs

The amazing canine sniffer has done it again! Dogs’ noses have led them to many a job, from hunting prey to sniffing out bombs, drugs and other illegal paraphernalia, detecting illnesses like cancer and malaria, or warning their people of an oncoming seizure. Now...
Making a Lassie: The Art of Puppy Raising

Making a Lassie: The Art of Puppy Raising

Service dogs—assistance dogs trained specifically to help people with various disabilities—embody a modern canine ideal. Mellow, stoic, and highly trained, these contemporary Lassies help their humans open doors, answer phones, navigate traffic, or respond to smoke...
These Doggie Superstitions?

These Doggie Superstitions?

A dog eating grass means it will rain soon.   A yawning dog predicts a change in the weather.   A dog that howls, growls, or whimpers for no apparent reason means a ghost is nearby.   Meeting a white-and-black spotted dog gives you good luck in business...
Will Work For Food

Will Work For Food

Does your dog scarf down meals in mere seconds? Then both of you are missing out. For dogs, eating should be work. First of all, because searching and hunting for food is natural for canines whose ancestors spent the majority of their time this way. And second of...