Man's Best Friend Not So Clueless

Dr. Pete Scheifele discusses K9's impressive social cognitive skills.
0:42 | 01/05/12

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My belief is that dogs are more. Intuitive and science has perhaps giving them credit for. I'm only because in the scientific world when we look at things we looked at very specific things sometimes to the exclusion of others my experience -- working with both military dogs and law enforcement and -- and -- had pet dogs. Is that dogs do respond soon. Cues that people give them relative -- with the way they look. Doing their body language is. And can learn more and more how to do that as they grow older. The case in point that I would tell you is I have a deaf dog and we correspond with her using American sign language.

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