Here are the lesser-known, captivating doggy facts that are very loud and clear!
#1. An average dog has an intellect level equivalent to a two-year-old-toddler!
According to the research of the American Psychological Association, your dog can learn at least 250 words and gestures, which radically is equivalent to a toddler.
#2. Doggos go poop when their bodies are aligned with the earth’s magnetic field:
Yeah, the research published in the journal Frontiers in Zoology found doggos too are receptive to tiny variations in the earth’s magnetic field. Under “qualm magnetic field conditions,” dogs prefer to relieve themselves as they align their body along the north-south axis because they too avoid the east-west axis altogether.
#3. Your doggo has three eyelids!
That’s impossible! But the research says dogs have three eyelids, two of them are visible, and one is hidden. The third eyelid sits in the inner corner of a dog’s eyes, and it has hidden tear glands.
#4. One of the most astonishing doggy facts – The world’s first dog lived 31,700 years ago and looked like a Siberian Husky!
The world’s first dog looked much like a shepherd dog with a wide, but a shorter snout and a full head case than a wolf.
#5. Doggos drink with the back of their tongue!
As you know, dogs don’t have cheeks, so they can’t create a suction to drink as we can. And, to drink water, they move their tongues very swiftly reversed to build up momentum, which pushes water into a column and up into their mouths.
#6. Dogs inherently curl up like a sphere when they nap to shield their vital organs, keeping themselves warm:
If your pup sprawls out of sleep instead of rolling up, it utterly ensures they are feeling very protected in the environment.
#7. Dogs have eighteen muscles to control their ears:
OK, that’s pretty much made clear why doggos can hear crystal-clear from a far distance because they can twist and tilt their ears to listen to the sound waves efficiently. Also, their ears move independently from each other, allowing them to hear sound waves from different directions.
#8. Did you know, the pup’s sense of smell is approximately 1,000,000 times more accurate than of humans!
That makes sense! Dogs detect odors in parts per trillion!
#9. OH, Dogs sweat through their paw pads!
There is a sweat gland called merocrine glands located in their paw pads. However, dogs rarely sweat through their paws.
#10. One of the helpful doggy facts – Pups can be trained to detect uncertain diseases like cancer!
In the human body, cancerous cells secrete different metabolic waste products than healthy cells, and though a dog’s smelling senses are damn good, they can detect the cancerous cell just by smelling someone’s breath.
#11. Dogs get jealous!
Oh, boy, He is here! Wait – though dogs experience things like bitterness and jealousy, their emotions are not as complicated as the sensations we feel as humans. In a nutshell, dogs are sensitive to justice, but not to equity.
#12. Wow, a Greyhound doggo could easily beat a Cheetah in a long-distance race:
Although Cheetahs can run up to seventy-five miles per hour, they can only run in sprints. So, in a long-distance race, the greyhound dog would actually outrun the cheetah!
#13. Dog’s natural body temperature can be up to 102 degrees Fahrenheit!
However, a temperature of more than 103 degrees Fahrenheit is considered a fever for a dog.
#14. Dogs are dreamy, just like humans!
OK, so now it’s explicit why the bond between a human and a dog is so strong, well, both of them like dreaming. So next time, if you see you doggo move their paws while sleeping, consider they are most likely dreaming!