Dogs laugh, but they do not emit the same sound as humans when they laugh. A dog at play sometimes appears to smile, with his mouth open and his tongue hanging out, making a sound like panting. This noise has been linked... More »

The average mindset of a dog is comparable to that of a two-year-old human. Though scientists have not been able to fully understand exactly what dogs think about, research has shown that dogs do think, learn, and even e... More »

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Getting a laugh out someone is usually the quickest way to cheer them up and this can be done by reminding them of a funny memory, offering a comical compliment, or assuring them that things could be worse. More »

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Dogs dream during the REM phase of sleep, just like humans. There is evidence that they dream about their daily activities. They often twitch, vocalize and breathe differently while dreaming. More »

Dogs like squeaky toys because the squeaker reminds them of the sound of dying prey. Domesticated dogs are the descendants of wolves, who are skilled hunters and love the adrenaline associated with hunting. More »

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According to The Kennel Club, dogs breeds that don't shed include Lagotto Romagnolos, Irish Water Spaniels, Spanish Water Dogs and Bouvier des Flandres. Additional breeds that do not shed are Giant and Miniature Schnauze... More »

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Dogs for the Disabled selects puppies at around 6 weeks of age. The program chooses puppies that seem confident and social. Most dogs in the program are Cocker Spaniels, Labrador Retrievers or Golden Retrievers. More »

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