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Pets & Animals | Cat & Dog Resources

Do Dogs Think About the Past?

People have a remarkable ability to remember and recall events from the past, even when those events didn’t hold any particular importance at the time they occurred. Recognizing what we ate yesterday for breakfast or remembering who we talked to the wee

Pets & Animals | I Love Dogs

Why Does My Dog Follow Me Everywhere? 10 Reasons I Dog Snobs

It can be endearing or it can be annoying but why does my dog follow me everywhere? Find out 10 potential reasons why in my article

Pets & Animals | Animals & Pets

Why Does My Dog Lick My Hands? 5 Reasons

When you adopt a puppy, you can expect to have your hands and face licked a lot. It’s just what they do, and it’s usually accompanied by lots of tail wagging, excitable yelping, and even

Miscellaneous | Interesting & Helpful Information

Is Consciousness Everywhere?

Experience is in unexpected places, including in all animals, large and small, and perhaps even in brute matter itself.

Pets & Animals | I Love Dogs

Experts say dogs may experience time differently than we do

Experts say that there is no single theory on how dogs experience time, or even if they understand the passing of time.

News | Animal Links

What Our Feline Friends Really Think About Hugs, Happiness and Humans

They do what they want, all the time—and can teach us a lot about how to live in the present, be content and learn from our experience

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Want Better Rapport With Your Cat? Bat Your Eyes | Health News | US News

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News | Animal Links

Pup In The Rye: Dogs Go Through 'Teenage Angst' Just Like Humans - Study Finds

Teenage angst is considered a rite of passage, at least among humans, but a new study finds that dogs tend to get pretty stand-offish during their "teenage" years as well.

News | Animal Links

Dogs are Better at Communicating Emotions to Owners than Cats

A new study conducted in Denmark concludes that pet owners develop a special sensitivity to all dogs' and cats' whines, whimpers, barks, and meows.

Pets & Animals | pets and animals

Cats rival dogs on many tests of social smarts. But is anyone brave enough to study them? | Science | AAAS

Social cognition researchers are finally probing the secrets of the feline mind—when the cats deign to cooperate

News | Animal Links

Study: Dogs Experience Profound Personality Changes As They Age - Study Finds

It's probably no surprise to their owners, but dogs, much like people, have distinct personalities (canine-alities?) that shift and change over time, according to a new study.

Science & Technology | Science

DNA recovered from snow helps scientists track elusive wildlife

Researchers are using environmental DNA to help monitor and measure populations of rare snow-dwelling species like Canadian lynx.

News | Animal Links

Why Do Cats Meow at Humans? | Psychology Today

Have you ever seen your cat at meow at other cats? Probably not. But your cat meows at you, right? Sometimes non-stop? There's a reason for this.

Psychology | Personality

This Is Your Brain on Fatherhood | Science | Smithsonian

What clownfish stepfathers and Dad-of-the-Year foxes teach us about paternal neurochemistry in the animal kingdom

News | Animal Links

Dogs Use 19 Referential Signals to Communicate With Humans

These are the gestures our pets use to tell us they want food, toys, and love.

News | Animal Links

Dogs Understand Emotions Behind Human Facial Expressions, Get Stressed By Bad Moods - Study Finds

A new study finds that dogs can read the emotions tied to their owners' facial expressions, and a bad mood can cause their heart rates to spike.

News | Animal Links

Dogs Use Various Gestures To Get What They Want From Us

New research shows the four requests most commonly used that result in dogs being satisfied are “Scratch me!”, “Give me food/drink”, “Open the door” and “Get my toy/bone.”

News | Animal Links

Scientific Reasons Why Your Cat Acts So Weird

The internet loves cats. If the internet were Superman, cats would be the Sun. But even though cats are cute and fluffy (and always ready to start something),

Pets & Animals | Cat & Dog Resources

Research Indicates That Dogs Can Feel Love

Scientists discover that dogs, much like humans, experience feelings of love and affection.