Cali is the nine-year-old miniature dachshund of Republican Rep. Ken Calvert of California. Love of dogs is a rare source of bipartisan agreement. Ailsa Chang/NPR hide caption

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Despite Partisan Rancor, Democrats And Republicans Can Agree On Dogs

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Comparative psychologist Claudia Fugazza and her dog demonstrate the "Do As I Do" method of exploring canine memory. Mirko Lui/Cell Press hide caption

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Your Dog Remembers Every Move You Make

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A relaxed, undrugged dog patiently waits its turn in the MRI scanner. The scientists' trick: Make it seem fun. Enikő Kubinyi/Science hide caption

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How A Dog In An MRI Scanner Is Like Your Grandma At A Disco

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What did she say? Eniko Kubinyi/Science hide caption

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Their Masters' Voices: Dogs Understand Tone And Meaning Of Words

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Dogs Block President Carter's Dream Of Wiping Out Guinea Worm

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Ginger, an English bulldog, stands watch while at work with her owner, Will Pisnieski, at Authentic Entertainment in Burbank, Calif., in 2012. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, 7 percent of employers allow pets at work. Grant Hindsley/AP hide caption

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Who Let The Dogs In? More Companies Welcome Pets At Work

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Diabetes alert dogs are trained to detect low blood glucose in a person. The dogs can cost $20,000, but little research has been done on their effectiveness. Frank Wisneski/Flickr hide caption

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An image from a CHP video shows a Chihuahua leading officers on a chase across the Bay Bridge. California Highway Patrol/Screen shot by NPR hide caption

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