How aptly do you know your canine companion sitting on your lounge? Why is he acting strange sometimes? Is your canine doing it on purpose or just desire to make fun of you? The days you are with your dogs do not guarantee how good you know them as well as their strange practices. Let’s try to know some fantastic dog facts and know them more than what their wagging tail seems to say.

Dog fact number One: When your canine companion chases his/her tail, he needs help from the vet.

Many reasons clarify why dogs chase their tail: exercise, predatory instinct, worry or presence of fleas. Nevertheless, to speak with your nearest animal hospital is the safest and surest method to get the real reason why your dog keeps chasing his/her tail.

Dog fact number 2: Dogs dream at night.

Do not be dismayed if you witness your dog barking or moving his/her feet while asleep. He/she may have been chasing his/her dearest at the park in his/her dream. Humans and dogs partake the same SWS (slow wave sleep) as well as REM (rapid eye movement) while asleep. So let him/her experience the moment to enjoy twitching while the eyes are closed.

Dog fact number Three: They can see things in the dark.

Have you ever wondered how they seem to go liberally at night? How did they even get robbers trying to steal your valuables when the sun has gone down? Well, your canine companions have tapetum lucidum, which enables them to see even when it’s dark.

Canine fact number 4: If he/she is acting odd, go find your umbrella.

Although experts have not yet found the secret behind this, but according to Petside.com, dogs can determine the weather especially when it’s going to rain. So, the next time you witness your dog acting funny, go get the umbrella immediately. Besides, it pays to be prepared at all cost.

Canine fact number 5: Dogs don’t sweat like people do.

Dogs cannot sweat just anywhere. As a matter of fact, dogs only sweat on their pads. When you realize that their paw pads are sweating, you get the impression that the room is a bit warm for them remain.

Dog fact number Six: Your canine companion’s nose is wet because he/she is absorbing scent.

Popularly known to be the captain of scent, dogs secrete a mucous on their nose to help them recognize the scent (more accurately than we do). When their noses get wet, they would lick them to sample the scent they have absorbed with their mouth.

Canine fact number 7: They are the chief of scent.

Dogs can determine the scent 100,000 times more accurate than humans. No wonder why even the FBI and peace order departments of our local government seek help from them in searching unwanted items in many public places. This also explains why when you leave your cookies unattended; you would be left with nothing but the plate.

There are many things that you do not understand about your pet so do not carelessly judge them by the way they behave or kick after peeing in your garden. Most of the bizarre stuffs they do may really be funny but it is always ideal to see your vet on a regular basis.

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