Study Finds Dogs Can Experience Jealousy

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Study Finds Dogs Can Experience Jealousy

A new study has found that dogs are capable of experiencing feelings of jealously similar to those of humans. What do you think?

  • “But what do dogs have to be jealous about? They’ve got it all.”

    Barry Knish
  • “What a gift this could be for families looking to abuse their pets in subtle, emotionally manipulative ways.”

    Marjorie Hamblin
    Wedding Cake Designer
  • “I’m not sure I want a pet I can relate to quite that much.”

    Greg Siegel
    Deck Fixer