Who does not like the dogs? Everyone likes to have a dog in everyone’s houses. We love them very much. We like his little habit and devilish. And the person who has a dog in the house is very happy and lucky person because there is never a fight in their house, even if there is a fight Dogy comes to us and does something evil so that our mind gets diverted and there is no fight; do wanna happy family any pets that live with us in our house, he also becomes a member of our family. Some interesting facts about dogs:
- Your dog is as smart as a 2-year-old toddler: There’s a reason your tot and your pup get along so well they speak the same language. Or at least, they likely understand roughly the same number of words and gestures-250.
- Dogs and cats both slurp water the same way: This may be hard to believe since dogs are such messy drinkers, but just like cats, our canine friends bend the tip of their tongue and raise liquid in a column up to their mouths.
- Your dog does have a sense of time, and misses you when you’re gone: If you think your dog knows when it’s time for dinner or a walk, you’re rights! Dogs pick up our routines and habits, and they also sense how much time has passed. One study showed how dogs responded differently to their owners being gone for different lengths of time.
- Your dog’s whiskers help him “see” in the dark: Okay it’s not quite night-vision or a super power, but those whiskers pick up on even subtle changes in air currents, providing your pup with information about the size, shape and speed of things nearby. This allows your dog to better sense approaching danger or prey-even at night.
- Dogs only have sweat glands in their paw: More specifically, they are found between their pow pads. That’s why it can help to wet the bottom of their feet on a hot day, and it’s also why dogs rely on panting as a means of cooling down.
Note: The three dogs that survived the Titanic disaster were all extremely small. The dogs were so small, it is probable that no one even noticed them when they were carried aboard the lifeboats. Two of the dogs were Pomeranians, the third was a Pekinese