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Dogs and humans are friends for a very long time. Humans love dogs According to a survey 52 percent of the population wants a dog so today, I am going over ten interesting facts about dogs. 


10. Dogs Nose is always wet. 

The reason a dog's nose is wet has to do with scent. The nose secretes a thin layer of mucus designed to absorb smell allowing them to lick their nose and sample the scent through their mouths.


9. Dog has a keen sense of smell.

Dogs differentiate between food types using their sense of smell, only having one-fifth the number of tastebuds that humans have. 


8.  Dogs were sunk along with humans in the titanic.

Along with humans, many dog's lives have been lost when the titanic sunk but the three dogs survived it those three species of the survivors were a Pekinese and two Pomeranians.


7. Don't mess with a service dog.

Service dogs such as seeing-eye dogs trained to know when they're on duty. The moment you put on their harness, the dog is aware the playtime is over, and there is work to do this. It is advised never to pet or tries to speak to a service dog without the owner's permission. The distraction could cause the service dog to become unaware of the danger. 


6. Hyenas are not related to Dogs

Many people believe that hyenas to be a breed of wild dog or they are somehow related to the dogs but it was discovered that they are more closely related to cats than dogs.


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5. Dogs don't like hugs.

Many people, especially children, like to hug their dogs while playing to show affection. However, it is seen as aggressive behavior by the dog because they interpret putting a limb over another animal as a sign of dominance. It helps to resist the urge to smile at your dog as showing or baring your teeth as a sign of aggression.


4. Beetle Dogs

Paul McCartney did the Beatles song a day in the life believed to have an extra high-pitched note added in this for his Shetland Sheepdog.

 

3. Dogs aging 

If you ask most people, they would tell you that for every year we age, a dog ages seven years this is false. However, a dog will reach the equivalent of 21 human years, and just two, after which the aging process slows down the rate of aging can vary based on the size of the dog, with larger breeds becoming elderly much more quickly to determine the age of your dog after the age of two subtract two from their age multiply that number by four and add twenty-one.


2. Dogs are color blind.

It's widely believed that dogs can only see in black and white; however, this is not true. A more accurate description of a dog's sight would be comparable to a human with red-green color blindness. They're also much more sensitive to motion at long distances and less sensitive to changes in brightness, allowing them to see clearly in the dark.


1. Feeding appropriate food to dogs is very important.


Anyone can tell you never to feed chocolate to a dog. It's poison, but there are a large variety of foods that are just as harmful. These include raw bread dough containing yeast that can expand in the stomach due to the warmth and moisture of the environment, causing restricted blood flow to the stomach wall and tissue death. 

Alcohol to dogs is much more sensitive to alcohol than humans. Even a tiny amount can cause dangerous levels of intoxication. When brewing beer, whether fresh or cooked, the main ingredient can cause uncontrollably high body temperatures and dogs that can fail multiple organ systems—others like grapes and raisins, onions, garlic, macadamia nuts, and even moldy food.


NOTE:  Click here to see a list of food you should feed your dog.

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