Dog Biometrics

Dogs' nose prints are as unique as a human's fingerprints and can be used to accurately identify them.

The Slurp Theory

Licking releases dopamine endorphins (The Happy Hormones) in dogs’ brains that make them feel calmer and more relaxed.

Normally, dogs have five toes on their front and rear feet, but some breeds, such as the Great Pyrenees and the Norwegian Lundehund have six toes on each foot.

Toe and Toe

Dogs are natural swimmers

Most dogs have some ebbing on their feet. The webbing provides stability for walking and extra help for swimming. It’s how paws are composed.

Not all dogs bark

unlike most dogs, Basenjis dog don't bark. Yes you read it right, the unique noise they make can be best described as a yodel but not bark.

Dogs have three Eyelids

Dogs have three eyelids- an upper eyelid, a lower eyelid and a prominent third eyelid (nictitating membrane) located at the bottom of the inner part of the eye,.

Dogs are scientists

If your dog is taking multiple rounds, carefully choosing a perfect place to do his business, it is because they prefer to poop in alignment with the Earth’s Magnetic Field.

Seeing eye dogs

Guide dogs trained to lead blind people, generally termed as “Seeing eye dogs”, are specially trained to do their “business” on command.

Miss you dog

Dogs experience separation anxiety when they are away from their owner or a close family member.

More strays in the world

There are approximately 600 million dogs in the world. It is estimated that nearly 400 million of those dogs are stray.

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