Talk:Dog intelligence

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 Definition The ability of a dog to learn, think, and solve problems. [d] [e]
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  • While they may not have the same kind of intelligence as a Border Collie they were not bred to learn and obey commands quickly but to think for themselves while trailing game.X
  • Various studies have attempted to confirm the intelligence of dogs in a rigorous manner.X
  • A recent example is animal psychologist Juliane Kaminski s paper in Science that demonstrated that Rico a Border Collie could learn over 200 words.X

--AlekStos 09:52, 4 April 2007 (CDT)

Going...going...gone! Nancy Sculerati 10:05, 4 April 2007 (CDT)