Clive Wynne

Author; Psychologist and founder, Canine Science Collaboratory, Arizona State University

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Dog psychologist Clive Wynne says the secret of dogs’ success in the human world is their immense hearts and capacity to forge an emotional bond with people.

Dogs: The science behind their success

Dog psychologist Clive Wynne says the secret of dogs’ success in the human world is their immense hearts and capacity to forge an emotional bond with people.

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