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From Genes To Growls, Decoding 'The Modern Dog'

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From Genes To Growls, Decoding 'The Modern Dog'

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From Genes To Growls, Decoding 'The Modern Dog'

From Genes To Growls, Decoding 'The Modern Dog'

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Stanley Coren, author of The Modern Dog, joins other experts to discuss the latest in canine science — including how dogs influence child development, what the canine genome reveals about human cancer and a new device that allows dogs to bark at their masters over a cell phone.

Guests:

Stanley Coren, author, The Modern Dog: A Joyful Exploration of How We Live with Dogs Today, professor of psychology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Matthew Breen, professor of genomics, department of molecular biomedical sciences, North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Raleigh, N.C.

Eyal Zehavi, founder and CEO, Bio-Sense Technologies, Tel Aviv, Israel