Dogs Recognize the Dog Species Among Several Other Species On a Computer Screen

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Apparatus. a, b The dog sits in front of the experimenter, on a line between the 2 screens. c When hearing an order, the dog expressed his choice by going to a given screen and putting his paw in front of the chosen image. (Credit: Image courtesy of Springer Science+Business Media)

Dogs pick out faces of other dogs, irrespective of breeds, among human and other domestic and wild animal faces and can group them into a category of their own. They do that using visual cues alone, according to new research by Dr. Dominique Autier-Dérian from the LEEC and National Veterinary School in Lyon in France and colleagues. More

Springer Science+Business Media (2013, February 14). Dog spots the dog: Dogs recognize the dog species among several other species on a computer screen. ScienceDaily. Retrieved February 18, 2013  More

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