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  1. Dogs were domesticated once from a lost population of wolves Our history with dogs is complicated, according to a study of ancient dog DNA. Enlarge Elizabeth Tersigni 21 with 18 posters participating Genomics researcher Anders Bergstrom and his colleagues recently sequenced the genomes of 27 dogs from archaeological sites scattered around Europe and Asia, ranging from 4,000 to 11,000 years old. Those genomes, along with those of modern dogs and wolves, show how dogs have moved around the world with people since t
  2. Rare green puppy 'Pistachio' born in Italy This year has been an unpredictable one, to say the least. But things got even stranger for Italian farmer Cristian Mallocci when his dog, Spelacchia, gave birth to a puppy with green fur. The tiny pooch was immediately named Pistachio. The puppy was part of a five-dog litter born at the farm on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia. Pistachio's brothers and sisters all had white fur, the same colour as their mother. A dog born with green fur is very rare. It is believed to be a result of the puppy making co
  3. The United States Army Research Laboratory’s Research Office has provided funds under the Small Business Innovation Program to develop prototype AR goggles for dogs. The project aims to provide technology that makes for safer canine scouting missions by enabling human handlers to better communicate with their dogs remotely. Among other things, the goggles enable humans to see exactly what the dog is seeing. The US Army commonly uses working dogs for a variety of tasks, not the least of which is scouting out locations for potentially hazardous materials and bombs. Human handle
  4. Forget catching a frisbee or fetching a ball; 2-year-old springer spaniel Freya has a new game to play: hunt the malaria. Scientists have found that dogs can be trained to sniff out the malaria parasite in lab-based experiments. They say dogs could one day be trained to detect the disease in people, even picking out an infected person from a crowd of otherwise healthy individuals. The experimental study was presented Monday at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Annual Meeting in New Orleans, United States. Early stage trials we
  5. Many think of dogs as loyal, love-filled companions, and cats as cute beasts that tolerate us - but we might have to rethink that a little. According to 2019 research, cats can get just as bonded to their human friends as dogs do. This may not come as a huge surprise to those who live with cat companions, but it suggests two important things. Firstly, it looks like we've underestimated the depth of the bond cats can form with their people. Additionally, it shows that dogs don't have a monopoly on secure social bonding with Homo sapiens. "Like dogs, cats disp
  6. I am a pet owner and just found out about a potential and deadly risk to my dog and wanted to pass it on to others. NB: this article is over 1 yr old, in this article the list of safe peanut butter for your dog may not be up to date, always check the label for the ingredient called "xylitol". If it has this ingredient DO NOT GIVE TO YOUR DOG! By Petal Smart / September 18, 2018 If you’ve noticed that Fido seems to act extra adorably when you’re holding a jar of peanut butter, you’re not alone
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