7. Dogs aren’t feeling guilt
Although your little furry friend might be jealous, researchers have found that those “I’m sorry” eyes don’t necessarily mean they’re feeling guilty. Instead, they are most likely due to our interpretation of a dog’s response to getting reprimanded and scolded. The New York’s researcher, Alexandra Horowitz (Barnard College, New York) discovered that all dogs look guilty whenever they are scolded for eating any forbidden food like a cake and biscuit. On the other hand, the dogs who were accused wrongly often looked guiltier compared to the dogs that were really guilty.