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Welcome to the Canine Science Collaboratory! If you're interested in viewing Dr. Wynne's work at the University of Florida, please CLICK HERE. Our multi-institutional research interests include:
What is the impact of owning a dog? How do dogs respond to human gestures? What factors impact our choice on which dog to adopt? What impact does social interaction have on dogs and wolf-dog hybrids? Why do dogs gaze into our eyes?
How and when does the social bond form with humans? Is it the same in wolves?
What is Canine Compulsive Disorder and how can we use a behavioral science to learn more? How can we apply a behavioral science to other canine behavioral conditions?
What do dogs smell? What influences a dogs ability to detect an odorant?
How can we increase the welfare of wolf-dog hybrids? How can we increase the welfare of shelter dogs?
How can behavior sciences work with genetics research to understand genetic contributions to behavior?
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Volunteer your Dog (woof!)
If you have a dog and would like to volunteer him/her for our research, sign up here!