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9 Calm Dog Breeds: Easygoing & Even-Tempered Canine Companions

The American Kennel Club recognizes many breeds, and each possesses a purpose-bred set of physical and behavioral characteristics. Purebred dogs within each of the seven AKC breed groups are expected to conform to a particular breed standard. One of the more identifiable elements of a canine breed standard is temperament. Temperament has been defined as an animal’s […]

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April Starnes
John Pilley and his Border Collie, Chaser, exemplify the deep bond between humans and dogs. Chaser, known for her exceptional intelligence, learned nearly a thousand toy names through Pilley's dedicated training, demonstrating cognitive skills akin to a toddler. This inspiring story, blending affection and science, highlights the potential of exploring canine cognition and strengthens the understanding of the unique human-dog relationship. #bordercollie #dogs #animalbond #smartestdog #pets Psychology Professor, Cute Border Collie, Human Dog, Cute Border, Cute Borders, Smart Dog, Dog Pin, Hard Work And Dedication, Canine Companions

The smartest dog in the world understands over 1,000 words - Madly Odd!

John Pilley and his Border Collie, Chaser, exemplify the deep bond between humans and dogs. Chaser, known for her exceptional intelligence, learned nearly a thousand toy names through Pilley's dedicated training, demonstrating cognitive skills akin to a toddler. This inspiring story, blending affection and science, highlights the potential of exploring canine cognition and strengthens the understanding of the unique human-dog relationship. #bordercollie #dogs #animalbond #smartestdog #pets

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“I Just Found Out Last Year”: 30 Of The Dumbest Things People Were Convinced Were True

Humans are naturally curious. We seek to explore, learn, and understand. In fact, the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute and the HAAS School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, have discovered that when the brain searches for information, it accesses the same neural code as when it's hunting for money.

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Shelly D. Prieto