How to Apologize to a Dog–Or Can We? July 2022
Dog Bite Prevention Week (Month? Year?) April 2022
Things We Do To Confuse Dogs January 2021
Love. In the Time of Now. November 2020
Different place, different dog? October 2020
I’m Little And Adorable. Don’t Make Me Bite You. September 2020
Why Aren’t Dogs Bothered More By Masks? August 2020
Nothing to Yawn About–Yawning as a Sign of Empathy February 2020
Whale Eye. Nothing to Do with Whales. December 2019
Can Dogs Feel Pride? September 2017
Why Don’t Dogs Get Angry More Often April 2017
Animal Dreaming…? March 2016
What Makes Your Dog Happy? January 2016
What does “Licking” Mean? November 2015
Can Dogs Smell Your Emotions? May 2015
Consciousness in Dogs August 2014
Is Anthropomorphism a Dirty Word? April 2014
Your Dog Has a Brain in His Gut December 2011
Yup, Dogs Can Be Disgusted! November 2011
Secondary Emotions in Animals May 2009
Authentic Happiness March 2009
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