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Is that last picture a blep or a mlem?


And that's why some of the leading scientists in dog emotions and cognition are people who live with dogs. You see it in your home then you devise experiments to prove it. :)


Y'all leading cognition scientists need to stay awhile at my house. My two dogs are currently in a slow-motion battle of wills over one toy. Whenever one has it, she parades it around. And you can see a range of emotions come over the other one.


Dogs can feel all those emotions. They feel so many emotions. I've seen it with my own eyes.

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Have a fabulous day, my friend. ♥

Linda Brown

Those scientists have never had a dog, cat or any animal. Just say'n.

Catscue Catmom

Scientists can be a little strange, everyone who has ever had a pet knows animals feel emotions. Maybe they should do a study on scientist emotions - MOL!

Tails Around the Ranch

Love the images of those emotions.

Brian Frum

Scientists once again prove they are not too bright. We had dogs too and they feel so many emotions, of course they do.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

We knew it all the time


These are adorable!

A ShutterBug Explores

Fun photos of the doggies and their emotions ~ they are smarter than many think ~ ^_^

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The Oceanside Animals

Lulu: "Scientists need to get out of the lab more often!"

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