Ancient dog bones tell us what was on the menu for both dogs and humans

What dogs ate can reveal clues about 12,000 year old lifestyles

If you’ve ever slipped your Labrador a handful of popcorn, or found that she helped herself to the trash while you were away, you know the human-dog relationship is strongly connected with food. Those wary eyes at Neolithic campsites had much in common with the wistful ones following every bite of your dinner. Dogs have been living alongside us for at least 12,000 years, eating many of the same things we do — both given or scavenged. Read more.

Tags: Anthropology