Ordinary Animals rarely get talked about; however, the species we encounter every day, on our plates, on our laps and in our streets have profound stories to tell. The human and natural worlds have been dramatically changed by these animals. For millennia, the human story has been intertwined with their stories. Join us for as we focus on an Ordinary Animal that has been part of the human story for over 32,000 years, dogs. We'll be discussing the origin of our relationship with these canine companions, the role of dogs in our contemporary society and how they are helping in cancer detection. Bring along your own experiences of dogs and join in the conversation. Part of The Museum of Ordinary Animals events programme. This event is free and there is no need to book.