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Clever Doggies

Konrad Lorenz, photographed in 1973 by the Nobel Foundation

1950: In Man Meets Dog, the animal behaviourist Konrad Lorenz drew attention to the ability of dogs to detect quite subtle variations in human speech. Victor Sarris’s three German shepherds, for example, understood who was who, despite their quirky trio of names: Aris, Harris and Paris.

Source: Konrad Lorenz, Man Meets Dog (1994), p. 143

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