Did you know that your dog has nose prints that are unique as human fingerprints, or that your dog's tail can show you what he thinks? By the way, dogs can also be jealous!
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10) Your dog nose prints are as unique as human fingerprints, and can be used to prove identity. I wonder how would you manage to stick your dog’s face in some kind of ink without making a mess in the room.
9) When your dog dig after pooing, he is not burying anything. Actually, he is marking his territory using scent glands in his paws.
8) Your dog urine can corrode metals. In 2003, several lampposts in Croatia collapsed. Investigations concluded that dogs urine corroded their base.
7) Your dog is as smart as a two-year-old baby. According to canine researcher and author Stanley Coren, a 2 years old child and a dog are about on par when it comes to brains. He also explained that man's best friend can count, understand over 150 words, and even trick people or other dogs in his favour, to get treats. Intelligence varies based on breed. Border collies are known as the smartest dogs.
6) Your dog’s tail wagging has its own language. If your dog excitedly wags his tail, you may think that he's happy to see you, right? Not necessarily. According to Discovery.com, dogs wag their tails to the right when they're happy and to the left when they're frightened. Wagging his tail low means they're insecure and rapid tail wagging accompanied by tense muscles or dilated pupils can signal aggression.
5) Your dog only have sweat glands in his paws. Even though they sweat out through the pads of their paws, their main form of cooling down is panting. Imagine how your dog would smell after a long summer day if they had sweat glands all over the body.
4) Pay attention to your dog’s breath. Did you ever notice the bad breath of your dog? Well, if it’s persistent, then you might want to get your dog examined by a veterinarian. This can be a sign of dental disease or other health problems.
3) Your dog feel jealousy. A 2008 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that when a dog saw another dog get a treat for the same trick they’d been performing unrewarded, the unrewarded dog becomes agitated, scratching themselves and avoiding the gaze of the rewarded dog.
2) Vaccinate your dog. While over-vaccination is an issue that needs to be addressed, all young puppies should receive the proper vaccines for the area they live in. Too many vaccines are a problem, but we have them for a reason. The diseases we vaccinate against, such as distemper and parvovirus, are deadly diseases that pose serious threats to unvaccinated dogs.
1) We all love to share food with our dogs, and there are a lot of items that are perfectly safe to feed! But there are plenty of items that dogs should not have. We might think all meat is good for our dogs, since it’s the main part of our diet. But very fatty meats such as bacon or sausage can actually lead to upset stomachs, obesity, and pancreatitis.
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