Radio Times


October 7, 2009

When you bend down for your dog’s kisses, is your dog happy to see you or happy that you may regurgitate some food? Probably the former, but our guest, ALEXANDRA HOROWITZ finds it took dogs a long time to evolve from wild creatures to kissing companions. Horowitz is a cognitive scientist who believes we must understand our dogs’ surroundings before we understand our dogs. She has been studying the play of people and dogs and her new book is called, “Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell and Know.” Listen to the mp3

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