Summary by Ground NewsResearchers at Queen's University Belfast trained four dogs to sniff out stress. The dogs were able to alert researchers to samples from stressed-out humans. The combined success rate of the four dogs was nearly 94pc across all the study's sessions. The research highlights that dogs do not need visual or audio cues to pick up on human stress.
2 months ago·Belfast, United Kingdom
Dogs are able to smell when a person is feeling stressed, study finds
Research at Queen's University Belfast has shown that dogs appear capable of detecting when a person is feeling stressed through their smell thanks to having incredibly sensitive noses
2 months ago·London, United KingdomRead Full Article
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