Here’s what dogs see when they watch television

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Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas (TC) : Dog owners often notice their pets watching televisions, computer screens and tablets. But what is going on in their pooch’s head? Indeed, by tracking their vision using similar methods used on humans, research has found that domestic dogs do prefer certain images and videos. When’s the next dog food commercial on? More...

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