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Your Dog May Know If You've Done Something On Purpose, Or Just Screwed Up

An experiment involving dog treats suggests our canine pals may understand the difference when a human withholds a treat by accident and when they do so on purpose. But don't press your luck.

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Your Dog May Know If You've Done Something On Purpose, Or Just Screwed Up

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Wolves (Song of the Shepherd's Dog) Iron & Wine
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The Doors' Jim Morrison Died In 1971, The Same Year NPR Debuted Original Programming

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Father Of Marine Killed In Kabul Reflects On His Son's Life And Saying 'I Love You'

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