NY Times: To Rate How Smart Dogs Are, Humans Learn New Tricks

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Read an interesting article discussing dog’s intelligence, from a human perspective.

“Dogs have lived in intimate proximity with people for some 30,000 years, evolving along the way to pick up human cues and training us to feel obliged to feed and house them. As survival instincts go, that is pretty smart.
Canine cognition research is underway on campuses from Berkeley to Barnard, and at universities in England, Hungary and Japan. The field’s growth has coincided with a shift in how dog owners view their animals.”

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