A dog collar that tracks when something is wrong with their humans

Changes in a dog’s behavior could clue us into problems in their owners’ lives.

Lassie’s barking may have saved many humans from a barn or forest fire, but Newcastle University researchers in England say that even more subtle changes in a dog’s behavior could clue us into problems in their owners’ lives–especially if those owners are older, isolated, and might eschew Fitbits and other wearable tracking devices themselves.

 

 

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