Dogs rely on faces to recognize owners

10/22/2010 | BBC

Dogs recognize their owners by looking at their faces and prefer to follow the movements of their owners rather than those of strangers, according to research from the University of Padua in Italy. Researchers discovered that many dogs had difficulty identifying their owners when the human's face was covered, and were less attentive to the movements of their owners when they couldn't see their faces.

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