The Genius Dog Publishes Doggy How-To's And Fun Stories

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The Genius Dog Publishes Doggy How-To's And Fun Stories

A news, stories and information resource site created for dog owners and dog fans has been launched. The Genius Dog publishes canine how-to guides, breed information, anecdotal stories, and more.

A new magazine style website has been launched as "The Genius Dog," providing helpful and expert information for dog owners.

The Genius Dog offers articles, guides and reviews of products and services that cater to dogs and their owners. Topics include care of dogs, communicating with dogs, obedience training, exercise, safety and play. It also highlights a variety of stories about dogs, their quirks, and how they contribute to the quality of life of their human companions.

For more information the website is available at

The Genius Dog features new dog stories, photos and videos weekly, providing content that is helpful for dog owners looking for ideas about improving their dog's health and contentment, activities for dogs, care and training guides and even inspirational and funny stories.

Recent posts include how dogs make friends with other kinds of animals, how dogs are able to catch flying frisbees in the air, and several inspirational stories about real-life dogs and their humans.

One of the more recent popular articles, entitled "How Can You Talk To Your Dog?" delves into the challenges and rewards of human to dog communication.

Highlights of the article include insights into recent dog communication technology research conducted at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Melody Jackson has helped to develop a dog vest equipped with special sensors that enable the canine wearer to respond to various stimuli or events with audible or text responses in English, via smartphone.

Jackson sees possible implications for service dogs with people who are unable to speak or are hearing-impaired.

In explaining her vision for future dog to human communication, Dr. Jackson is quoted as follows: "What if that dog could reach around and pull a tab on its vest and call 911 with your GPS location, and text your husband: 'By the way she's at Starbucks on Fifth and Spring, and she's having a seizure right now.' Your husband would know immediately that 911 is on the way."

The complete article with resource information is available at the above referenced website.

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