Monkeys and Dogs (Russian space flights) Also worms and ants and spiders (in NASA space-experiments)
He used his dogs in is experiments, it is less commonly known that he used children as well.
There have been dogs as far back as the pioneer times, yes. Such research has been conducted on these matters.
They can be very weird. Try some experiments & see for yourself.
Yes Dr. Christiaan Barnard did perform his first experiments on 50 dogs 35 cats and some rats.
the presentation of food in the dog's mouth
It depeneds on its aggrisiveness
Pavlov's experiments with dogs led him to theorize that behavior could be trained.
No, there is currently no formal IQ test for dogs, although there are some fun experiments (safe for dogs) and games where you can test their memory, problem solving skill, obedience, etc.
Boris calls her "bublichki" (Russian) and the other dogs call her "Ms. Park Avenue"
Yes, everything is bigger in Russia, specially the dogs. They are more aggressive too... But in our days Russian professional breeders are using FCI standards, so their dogs look almost the same as German.
The Longhaired Russian Toy, also known as the Russian Toy Terrier and the English Toy Terrier was one of the most popular decorative dogs in Russia.
Russian Wolfhound,Russkaya Psovaya, Borzaya, and Psovoi.
Yes. So that they could come up with a formula that suits the dogs nutritional needs. With human food, it was found out that these foods are bad for dogs, http://dogtime.com/bad-foods-for-dogs-list.html
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov was a psychologist who worked with dogs in his experiments with what is now called "classical conditioning."
For brain or drugs experiments, rats are frequently used but dogs and monkey are also used a lot.
He was eventually lured into a resturaunt by policemen after two years of living with dogs. He was adopted out and lives a normal happy life, though he still reportedly, "dreams of dogs".
yes some are bigger then cats like Russian blues are bigger than some chihuahuas answered
people were sent to gas chambers, got medical experiments done to them, and got hung from their hands and beaten and attacked by dogs.
Perhaps the most popular dog used in labratory experiments is the beagle, usually purebreds. This is because beagles are relatively small, friendly, easy to handle, have a short, easy-to-clean coat, and can be successfully kept in kennels, even outdoors. Labratories also used mixed breed dogs of all kinds, often small to mid-sized animals; some experiments require larger dogs, such as German shepherds and Labrador Retrievers, or mixed-breed big dogs.
They say "гав-гав" pronounced "gaf-gAf" "g" as in "great" "a" as in "judge" or "armory"
Pavlov's dogs were named Boy, Druzhok, Zolotisty, Sultan, Tygan, and Zhuchka. Pavlov was a Russian physiologist best-known for his work in classical conditioning.