Dogs Can Smell When You’re Stressed Out

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A small study suggests that highly sensitive canine noses can pick up on the odors that frazzled humans emit
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Yes, dogs can smell your stress

As any dog owner will attest, dogs can seem eerily attuned to human behavior. When humans yell or pick a fight, dogs often respond with anger and fear. Similarly, people with a sedentary lifestyle may have seemingly sedentary pets: a 2021 study found a correlation between dog obesity and human obesity. This article first appeared in Salon.Now, a new study sheds light on the peculiar ways that dogs seem to be able to pick up on human vibes. Speci…

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Dogs can smell when humans are overstressed: Study

Dogs can sniff out the stressed out. That’s according to researchers who found that canines can detect by smell when people are stressed.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Yes, dogs can smell when you're stressed out

Scientists tested whether dogs could tell the difference between their owner's odor in different emotional states

2 months ago·S F, United States
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All they need to do is talk, dogs can smell when their owner is stressed

Recent research found that dogs distinguished their owners' smell from stress when they were subjected to an investigative test.

2 months ago·Colombia
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New study finds that dogs can smell when humans are stressed

A new study published Wednesday in the

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Dogs Can Smell When You’re Stressed Out

A small study suggests that highly sensitive canine noses can pick up on the odors that frazzled humans emit

2 months ago·United States
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