Over the years, many people have reported their pets can communicate with them. There are numerous videos online "demonstrating" animal communication. Researchers investigate whether our pets really can understand what we are saying and communicate back with us.
Study reports dogs communicate distress more effectively via vocalizations than cats. Owning a pet makes you more sensitive to the negative vocalizations of both cats and dogs.
According to a new study, researchers have discovered horses share some surprisingly similar facial expressions to chimps and humans. The study helps explain how facial expressions can be used as a form of communication.