According to researchers, the behavior of the owner may influence dogs during problem solving tasks.
A new article considers why losing a dog can be harder for some to deal with than losing a close friend or family member.
Dogs possess significantly more cortical neurons than cats, a new study reports.
A new study reveals oxytocin, a hormone implicated in bonding, may play an important role in social interactions between man and dog.
A new study reports genetic variations in sensitivity to oxytocin allows dogs to be more sociable and seek out contact with their owners.
A new study reveals domestication has altered the cognitive abilities of dogs, especially when it comes to determining cause and effect.
Princeton researchers discover a genetic basis for hyper-social behavior in people and dogs.
Brain scans can help predict which dogs will make it through rigorous training to become service dogs for people with disabilities.
A new study reports dogs have the ability to understand human speech intonation and vocabulary by using similar brain areas to humans.