Lisa M Gunter


As a canine scientist, I believe we have the good fortune of working in a domain that captivates the imaginations of students and the public alike. As an applied researcher, it is important that what we learn is shared with those that can use it the most. Here is a collection of mentions in the media about my research.

D’Ardenne, K. (2019). Sleepovers Reduce Stress in Shelter Dogs. ASU Now 

London, K. (2018). A Case Of (Mistaken) Canine Identity. The Bark

Greguska, E. (2018). Giving Pound Puppies a Paw Up. ASU Now

Solly, M. (2018). Genetic Testing Shows Animal Shelters Often Misidentify Dogs’ Breeds. Smithsonian Magazine

Gilger, L. (2017). ASU Researchers Look At Reducing Dogs' Stress At Shelters. KJZZ The Show

Lou, J. (2017). Stress and Shelter Dogs. The Bark

Akpan, N. (2016). The Woe of Being Labeled a Pit Bull. PBS News Hour

Botkin-Kowacki, E. (2016). What Breed is that Pup? 'Pit Bull' Label May Mean Longer Wait for Shelter Dogs. The Christian Science Monitor

Brulliard, K. (2016). Being Labeled a Pit Bull Can Doom a Shelter Dog’s Chances of Adoption. The Washington Post

Chan, M. (2016). Dogs Labeled ‘Pit Bull’ Wait 3 Times Longer for Adoption: Study. Time