How dogs manipulate us with their eyes

Sarah-Elizabeth Byosiere, Ph.D., is the Director of the Thinking Dog Center at Hunter College (CUNY) where she focuses on studying the behavior and cognition of domestic dogs. She has been featured in the New York Daily News, NPR, and Gizmodo.

In this video, she discusses how dogs can move their eye muscles, unlike wolves, and how it may be intended to manipulate people.

Check out Dr. Byosiere’s recent appearance on The Science of Cute on CuriosityStream.