Well, this was predictable... after all the experiments with people in real time or "functional" MRI scanners (fMRI), somebody got a dog in there. And a few other animals as well.
Snicker if you must, but we now know more about what goes on in the brains of animals.
And it's pretty fascinating stuff, giving us clues to the mind functions of individual animals.
Gregory Berns lays out the findings in the book What It's Like to Be a Dog: And Other Adventures in Animal Neuroscience.
Listen as we go deep into the brains of our animal companions. Now who's a good boy?