Canine Science Collaboratory

Research into all aspects of dog behavior, with particular interest in the plight of dogs living in shelters, behavioral problems in the home, and how dog cognition changes as a dog ages.

Observation and testing of behavior of dogs in diverse settings: homes, shelters etc.

A range of projects addressing the behavior and cognition of dogs in shelters and living as pets in people’s homes.

PLEASE NOTE: STUDENTS INTERESTED IN JOINING THE CANINE SCIENCE COLLABORATORY MUST FIRST COMPLETE THIS FORM.

Opportunity Info
Course Info
Course Credit: 
PSY 399 and PSY 499
Semester: 
Spring
Summer
Fall
Prerequisites: 

Introductory Psychology or Biological Sciences: Reliability, dependability and a caring demeanor around the public and their pets.  

Lab Director(s): 
Clive Wynne, PhD