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New study shows dogs ignore bad human advice

By Sean Dowling, Buzz60 Ever give your dog a command only to see him or her not perform it? Ever wonder, did my dog just give me the side eye? Maybe. A new study shows dogs ignore bad advice from their owners. SEE ALSO: Man makes tiny pancake's for girlfriend's kitten while she's away That's according to new research from psychologists at Yale's Canine Cognition Center, published in the journal Developmental Science.
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