A science writer enlists his human party guests to help understand the taste differences between pate and Alpo.
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Professor Irene Pepperberg spent decades studying her parrot, Alex. Could an understanding of bird intelligence make for a better dog owner?
Despite widespread availability of inoculations, the fear of rabies — both the disease and the vaccine — has been more harmful to dogs than rabid dogs have been to humans.
At The Clone Farm, pet duplication is becoming a reality.
If I stood just a foot or two off the ground, didn’t understand language and was put alone in a room by large creatures in white coats who offered no assurance that they were going to come back to get me anytime soon, I’d be upset. Really, it takes much less than that to put me in a bad mood.
Humans don’t give a lot of thought to the bottom side of their own tongues, but dogs make good use of both the topside and the underside of their lickers.