Diesel, an AKC senior hunter, sports a pack of sensors designed for remote communication between man and dog. He is part of a million-dollar research project at N.C. State University. The researchers are, from left,  Alper Bozkurt, Barbara Sherman and David Roberts.
Diesel, an AKC senior hunter, sports a pack of sensors designed for remote communication between man and dog. He is part of a million-dollar research project at N.C. State University. The researchers are, from left, Alper Bozkurt, Barbara Sherman and David Roberts. JIM LASLEY
Diesel, an AKC senior hunter, sports a pack of sensors designed for remote communication between man and dog. He is part of a million-dollar research project at N.C. State University. The researchers are, from left, Alper Bozkurt, Barbara Sherman and David Roberts. JIM LASLEY

NC State researchers invent ways to communicate with dogs

December 10, 2014 07:08 PM

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