Prof's research on dog barks published on Physics website

An article that appeared on the Gettysburg College website about Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Kathryn Lord's research on dog barks was republished on Phys.org.

From Phys.org:

Dogs—they’re loyal, loving, and always there to lend an ear when you need it most. But when it comes to understanding their vocalizations—let’s just say it can get lost in translation.

Man’s best friend seemingly barks at everything—from the television, to the neighbors, to ladybugs on the windowsill—so what does it mean? Gettysburg College Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Kathryn Lord and her students are working to unveil the truth behind the barks of domesticated dogs and help owners better understand the outbursts of their favorite canines.

Dogs—they’re loyal, loving, and always there to lend an ear when you need it most. But when it comes to understanding their vocalizations—let’s just say it can get lost in translation.

Man’s best friend seemingly barks at everything—from the television, to the neighbors, to ladybugs on the windowsill—so what does it mean? Gettysburg College Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Kathryn Lord and her students are working to unveil the truth behind the barks of domesticated dogs and help owners better understand the outbursts of their favorite canines.

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