Human-Animal Bond Lecture to Focus on Intelligence of Dogs

August 6, 2014

Best-selling author and psychologist Dr. Stanley Coren will kick-off a week of learning about veterinary medicine at Purdue University with a public lecture Tuesday, September 9, on the topic "How Intelligent are Dogs?"  The lecture at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 9, in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall, will begin with an introduction by Director of the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Center for the Human-Animal Bond, Dr. Alan Beck.  Then, utilizing entertaining stories and video-clips, Dr. Coren will share the results of research on dog intelligence. The annual Human-Animal Bond Lecture is funded by an endowment created by Elanco to support the Center for the Human-Animal Bond. The event is free and open to the public. To view a flyer of the event, click here. (1 continuing eduction credit)

Writer: Kevin Doerr,

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