You own a dog. But your dog gets bored, and decided to chew up your furniture.
Hey, it happens.
Dogs need seemingly constant attention and distractions to keep them occupied and entertained. While cats could care less about the humans they keep around to help get them tuna every once in a while, a dog craves interaction with their owner.
Which begs the question, HOW DO YOU PLAY WITH YOUR DOG?
Do you play fetch? Tug-of-war? The “pretend to throw the ball but not really” game?
Well, if you’re an active dog playmate, regularly hanging out at the Dog Park with your favorite furry friend and want to show off your canine game skills, then you may want to head over to the HOROWITZ DOG COGNITION LAB and upload a video of you playing with your dog.
The Lab wants to take a look at how dogs interact in play with their humans, and that’s where you can come to help. All they want to do is allow you to help contribute to scientific research on dog behavior.
And really, if you’re going to show off your mad dog skillz, isn’t do it for science a noble direction to take?
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