How a Dog’s Nose Shapes Their World

Imagine if we knew what dogs know

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This article was originally published in Katrina’s free newsletter, Curious Adventure, and has been republished on Medium with her permission.

I, like you, know dogs have an incredible sense of smell. I’ve watched my dog, Albert, sniff and retrace my brother’s steps minutes after he’d walked them. Albert also alerts me…

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Katrina Paulson

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I wonder about humanity, questions with no answers, and new discoveries. Then I write about them. Get my newsletter: https://curiousadventure.substack.com/

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