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Tail wagging is not merely the sign of a happy dog, new research shows; it's more complex than that. A right wag often means something very different from a left wag. In a study published in the Journal of Current Biology, scientists showed that the direction of the wag signals whether a dog is feeling anxious or amicable. Just as significant, other canines can read those signals and respond accordingly.
The researchers previously published work that showed dogs wagged their tails predominantly to the right (from the dog's point of view) when they saw something that made them happy, such as their owner approaching, and more to the left when they were stressed out by a larger dog or another stimuli they found threatening. The scientists, in this new study, built on that research by investigating how dogs might respond to the tail wagging of other canines.
For dogs, like humans, the left and the right hemispheres of the brain are involved with different emotional responses. The right brain, which is associated with processing anxiety, controls left-sided movement, while the left brain controls right-sided movement. Previous research has shown that dogs exhibit other types of lateral movement in addition to wagging. They turn their heads to the left when they see a dominant dog and to the right when they see a friendly dog.
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Move over N and make room for Movember in November! Started as a campaign to bring awareness to men's cancers (like prostate and testicular), today Movember is a movement, inspiring men all over the world to sprout splendid 'staches in support of some very serious men's health issues. So why can't our pets join in the campaign? We've tracked down 12 mustachioed trimmings that will bring a little humor to your pet's daily routine while spreading the word about a great cause!
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Corgi lovers everywhere are running through the streets in sheer panic as news broke that the pup may become endangered. The stubby-legged cuties are favorites of the queen and break hearts daily as one of the cutest breeds on Earth, which makes this news seriously shattering to so many. The British Kennel Club has added Pembroke Welsh Corgis to its "watch list" sending dog lovers into crazed confusion — how could this have happened?! Learn more about both Welsh corgi types, Pembroke and Cardigan, by taking our quiz.
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Last Sunday marked the end of daylight savings time, which means fewer sunlit hours for the next couple of months. The earlier sunset also brings increased danger for your pet, whether from moving vehicles or dangerous nocturnal wild animals, so follow these six tips to keep your dog or cat out of harm's way until we set our clocks forward again in the Spring.
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