Giorgio, an 11-year-old Havanese, with his past certificates and achievements at the Yale Canine Cognition Center in New Haven, Conn. Researchers in canine cognition are engaged in numerous tantalizing debates about the extent to which dogs are unique among animals, and how their brains work.
Giorgio, an 11-year-old Havanese, with his past certificates and achievements at the Yale Canine Cognition Center in New Haven, Conn. Researchers in canine cognition are engaged in numerous tantalizing debates about the extent to which dogs are unique among animals, and how their brains work. JOSHUA BRIGHT New York Times
Giorgio, an 11-year-old Havanese, with his past certificates and achievements at the Yale Canine Cognition Center in New Haven, Conn. Researchers in canine cognition are engaged in numerous tantalizing debates about the extent to which dogs are unique among animals, and how their brains work. JOSHUA BRIGHT New York Times