February 26, 2024

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Are Big Dogs Smarter Than Small Dogs?

According to the University of Arizona, larger dogs with proportionately larger brains have better self-control and short-term memory than smaller dogs. But what small dogs lack in intelligence, they make up for in cuteness. This begs the question – is cuteness enough to ensure the survival of these fun-sized canines?

Find out more about the study in the video below.

 

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Welcome to QuickBytes, where we give you tech news fast, quick, and swiftly. Let’s get on with the news.

“Who’s a good boy?” Well, if you’re a big dog watching this, you are.

According to  study by the University of Arizona, a large dog with a proportionately larger brain will have better self-control and short-term memory than a smaller dog. This was shown through a number of exercises like hiding and mixing up treats in plain sight, where smaller dogs struggled to find the treats.

This is a study we should definitely take seriously, as the University of Arizona has turned out such academic stalwarts as Nicole Richie, Rob Gronkowski, and Kourtney Kardashian.

Kourtney Kardashian, “There actually are real mermaids. [Unintelligible] people think that there are. They’ve obviously seen them.

Is your dog big and smart or small and dumb? Let us know in the comments below or via Twitter (@InnoTechToday).

 

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By Dylan Rodgers

By Dylan Rodgers

Dylan is the Digital Demand Generation Manager for Webroot. He's a science-minded person with a passion for storytelling, content strategy, and digital marketing.

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