Maximizing pets' potentials

08/5/2010 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

With scientific studies citing the intelligence of pets and the notion that smart pets are likely to behave better, more owners are opting to give their animals mental workouts and stimulating toys. "Dogs who are worked, given problems to solve, tasks to do, taught things, actually grow new connections and systematically become more intelligent," a canine expert said.

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