Recent research studying the emotional capacity of dogs has shed some interesting light onto how our furry friends really feel. According to some brain-imaging studies, when humans feel grief, it’s the primitive parts of the brain that are activated so it's no surprise that dogs - and other animals - have the capacity to feel sad. Read more at The Herald website.
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