Study suggests bigger dogs appear smarter than small dogs

08/29/2010 | Discovery

New Zealand researchers compared the abilities of dogs at following human pointing cues and found that larger canines are better at discerning the signals than smaller dogs, which could be because bigger dogs have wider set eyes and better depth perception. Other researchers, however, say differences between large and small dogs is due to variations by breed, not size.

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