Dog Facts: Interesting Facts About Dogs to Surprise You
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Dog facts: Interesting facts about dogs to surprise you. Dogs have been living with humans for about 15,000 years, and they are considered to be man’s best friend. This may make you think that you know everything you need to know, but there is more to dogs than fetching and playing dead. Explore facts that will surprise you.
The reason why dogs hesitate before going out into rain is not because they’re afraid of getting wet, it’s because rain amplifies sounds and their ears are so sensitive it can be too intensive for them.
Male puppies will sometimes intentionally let female puppies win when they play-fight in order to get to know them better.
Dogs lose only a small amount of heat through sweat glands. Most of their temperature regulation is done through panting which removes body heat by evaporation from the surface of the tongue.
If puppies are not exposed to a variety of food flavors and textures in their diets, their adult food preference can be limited. However, if they are exposed to variety of food flavors as puppies then they seek out variety in foods as adults.
If a guy is having a dog with him, he’s three times more likely to get a girl’s phone number.
Dogs depend on their sense of smell than on their sense of taste to differentiate different types of food.
Female dogs bite double the amount of males.
Smiling at your dog may make him feisty: dogs don’t see your smile as friendly, but detect your bearing teeth as a sign of aggression.
Humans and dogs are the only two species known to seek visual clues from another’s eyes. Dogs only do it with humans.
Dog’s urine has acids that can corrode the metal.
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