7 Things You Didn’t Know About Dogs
When it comes to dogs, there is always something new we can learn. Whether it’s a better way to take care of them, something about our dog’s breed or its behavior. Beyond the wiggling tail, there’s a world of complex social interactions, love, and unconditional loyalty.
In this opportunity, we want to share with you a list of 7 things that you didn’t know about dogs. Continue reading and discover interesting facts about your furry friend:
Is it Hot in here? Any dog owner asked to describe their dog’s smell, will immediately think of its paws, why? Because dogs have very few sweat glands in the body, most of them accumulate on their paws, which is why they sweat through it exclusively, producing that characteristic and addictive smell
Just around the corner: Approaching home singing or whistling, even mumbling is a great way to brighten up your friend’s day. Dogs have a powerful hearing that allows them to perceive noises from a distance of up to 230 meters, which explains that even if you are a block away, they can already sense your arrival.
Bill collector: If you have a Dobbie, make sure you pay the bills on time. Breed in 1890 by Louis Doberman, a German tax collector, who developed this race for the purpose of being escorted during long days of work in which he was, not infrequently, assaulted by his creditors.
What a wonderful World: There are more dog breeds in the world than any other species. That means, most likely, there is a perfect dog waiting for you at the local shelter right now.
On the radio: Stay tunned for All Dog Radio, an online station that plays live and recorded “Dog music” specially designed for the entertainment of those home alone friends.
Watch out for Jealousy season: Since dogs are comparable in development to infants of 2 to 3 years, you can expect some tantrums every time you bring home someone new, especially if it’s another dog. Scientific studies have shown that they may feel jealous when we show affection towards other people or objects.
Bump my nose: The noses of dogs have marks and lines that make them unique, as well as on human fingerprints, they can somehow be seen as a personal ID.