You asked: What do dogs really think about us?

That’s right — scientists are actually studying the dog brains. And what the studies show is welcome news for all dog owners: Not only do dogs seem to love us back, they actually see us as their family. … Of all the wafting smells to take in, dogs actually prioritized the hint of humans over anything or anyone else.

Do dogs think humans are weird?

While it’s true that dog aren’t human and do indeed think differently to us, we’re more alike than you might think. Dogs come to understand the world, and each other, in the same manner as human children are introduced to the world, through visual cues and scent clues.

Do dogs think we are dogs?

So, the short answer to the question “does my dog think I’m a dog?” is no—and that’s primarily because of how you smell. … Dogs also have a second olfactory system, called the Jacobsen’s organ, that allows them to process much more information through smell than humans can—including what species they’re interacting with.

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