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Kibble Me This: The History of Dog Food

The following is an article from <i>Uncle John's Unstoppable Bathroom Reader.</i><p>(Image credit: Flickr user Ed Schipul)<p><i>What would Porter the Wonder Dog have</i> …

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26 Majestic Dogs Who Totally Redefine Perfection

For millennia, there has existed a symbiotic relationship between man and dog. Humans across cultural boundaries have partnered with these magnificent four-legged beasts in the name of necessity and companionship -- from the earliest days of agriculture to later days of recreational hunting -- and, …

9 reasons your dog truly is your best friend

Dogs are man’s best friend. Everybody knows that. But do you ever really stop to think about just why that is?<p>Well, we have, and in the spirit of …

Scientists have an adorable theory for why dogs tilt their heads that has to do with just how smart they are

According to a survey by Psychology Today, it might be to do with vision.<p>Dogs are extremely emotionally intelligent. They have an acute ability to understand our body language and pick up on our vocal cues - even subtle inflections or specific words they associate with fun activities.<p>As part of …

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A dog's heart beats in sync with its owner's, says new study

Here's more proof that our dogs love us - scientists have found that their hearts beat in sync with ours.<p>The bond between man and his dog is so strong that our heartbeats sync up.<p>Australian researchers separated three dogs from their owners, strapped heart monitors on them and then watched what …

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Charts: The extraordinary decoupling between economic growth and carbon pollution is happening

Producing more stuff takes more energy. Using more energy means more pollution. That statement would once have seemed like common sense.<p>Because most of our energy has historically come from fossil fuels, rising economic growth has gone hand in hand with higher carbon emissions. But in 2014, …