There are god knows how many dog breeds in our lovely world. We just
can’t go through a day and find out that there is some great doctor
working on developing dog breed.
It’s just awesome to have your dog around you all the time.
What we have here are some cool facts that will make you understand and love these creatures even more.
Maybe some of you dog lovers already know these facts we are about to
share with you and you are welcome to share more in the comments
Before you go down reading these facts you need to know that DOGS ARE AWESOME!
Here we go:
The Newfoundland breed has webbed feet and water resistant coat
3 Dogs survived the Titanic sinking: 2 Pomeranians and 1 Pekingese
Paul McCartney recorded a unique
whistle at the end of a song, which is audible only to dogs so his
Shetland sheepdog can enjoy his music. The song is “A day in the Life”
Normal adults have 42 teeth while puppies have 28
Dogs are chasing their tail for
numerous reasons: predatory instinct, curiosity, exercise or fleas.
Consult a vet if this happens to your dog
Dalmatians are born all white
Dogs are like humans. They have slow wave sleep and rapid eye movement
Dogs can see in the dark. It’s the tapetum lucidum membrane that allows them this
Bigger dogs have 60-100 heart beats per minute while smaller dog breeds have 100-140 HBPM
According to a research, dogs can detect stormy weather
The normal temperature of a dog is between 102.5 and 101 degrees by Fahrenheit
Dogs sweat only through their feet pads
All dogs have 3 eyelids. 2 of
these eyelids are visible and the third is called “haw” which protects
the eye and keeps the eye moist.
Americans are known as huge dog lovers
The latest research shows that 45% of the dogs enjoy sleeping in their owners’ bed
Dogs have 1,700 taste buds
Dogs seeing B&W is a myth. It’s believed that dogs can primarily see yellow, greenish yellow, blue and variations of gray
Dogs hear best at 8,000hz. They have really advanced ears
Huge number of separate muscles controls the movement of the ears
Dogs usually curl up when they sleep because an age-old instinct that keeps them warm and protect their abdomen from predators
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