This week learn about a potential new cure for puppy parvo, how dogs know what you're feeling, and ways that dogs are replacing humans.
Trial Results Promising for Curing Puppy Parvo
Canine Parvovirus is a deadly disease that most frequently affects dogs between the ages of 6 and 20 weeks. There is a vaccine for it, but younger puppies not yet vaccinated are still susceptible. Treatment is expensive and unreliable at best. At least, until now. A new study is showing a 90% success rate with a cure costing less than 4% of the current cost. This is great news for puppy owners. Hopefully the study continues to show this kind of success.
via [Bakersfield Now]
How Dogs Know What You’re Feeling?
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences at Eötvös Loránd University ran a study that showed dogs process “emotionaly laden” sounds very similarly to humans, and that dogs were more in tune with environmental sounds than humans. Check the article for more detailed information.
The Most Whoppingly Brilliant Way Dogs are Replacing Humans
You may have heard at bat boys, but have you heard of bat dogs? Check out how the ACC Tournament used dogs during the games.