The dog, who has been waiting patiently for his master to return, has been doing this since 2011.
Animal shelter staff often misidentify dogs as pit bulls, solely based on appearance. As a result, they are less likely to be adopted.
Inhibitory control, or the ability to wait for a treat, may be a good indicator of how well your pooch can solve a problem.
Using a specialized IQ test, researchers examined the "general intelligence" of border collies. Since dogs and people have a lot in common, researchers suggest their findings could lead to improved diagnosis and treatment of human disorders, such as dementia.
It turns out that wolves, jackals and domestic dogs have different howling dialects or "vocal fingerprints." Researchers say this may help them better identify species, and therefore their conservation status.
A recent study on Border Collies confirms older dog can be taught new tricks, although younger individuals learn faster.
Researchers found domestic dogs can tell the difference between a threatening and pleasant facial expression by gazing into one's eyes. This is similar to a human's social gazing behavior.
Dogs can rapidly mimic each other's expressions, just like humans and some primates.
A researcher from the National Research Tomsk State University devised a new "sniff test" that proves man's best friend is actually self-aware.