Dogs have better social skills than humans, says study
A recent study by researchers from a university in London says that dogs have better social skills and greater emotional intelligence than their human owners.
The findings of the study will be a part of the upcoming lectures being given a neuroscience professor Sophie Scott at University College London.
Professor Scott believes that we undervalue dogs because of our habit to view pets as if they were children.
She also said that dogs really like to be with their owners but don't like being hugged by people and they want to be able to move freely.
Professor Scott also added that while dogs are great at understanding humans but it's not the same case with the humans.