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Top 10 Facts Most People Don't Know About Dogs



1 day in the life
One fun fact that was in one of the Beatles' songs, "A Day in the Life," where there is a sound that no one can hear except for dogs. The sound is embedded in Paul McCartney's song just to please his own dog!

2 Smaller sizes
Although dogs are categorized into the same family as wolves; if compared with them, provided they are the same size, the differences can be large. Dogs' brains are 3/4 of the size of wolves. Teeth and skulls are also smaller.


3 dogs meat!
In some parts of Switzerland, China, Korea, and Vietnam, dogs eat their main dishes. These Asian countries eat tens of millions of dogs each year, but those devoted to eating are different from those for home keeping. However, this is not the case everywhere because dogs in Africa and the Middle East are inedible.

4 zoonoses
Zoonoses are a type of disease that attacks dogs and can possibly infect humans. These diseases include the flu with its various types. Rabies is another example where dogs and animals are susceptible to encephalitis.

5 angry tails
Dogs' tails express their emotions. Different movements could express the way they feel. These movements even have some names such as corkscrew or shrunken. The most common movement is the wagging of the tail, which most people associate with the fact that the dog is happy, although it is not always so.

6 dog fur
Dog fur is of two types. The one with a lot of hair that covers dogs living in the wild is called "double". The other one is 'single', covers the one you keep at home, so it's less hairy than those you see living in snowy areas.

7 Dog Conditions
Scientifically, the word "pet" is called both after feral dogs and those who might be kept at home. After all, it's not what we call dogs. The first term dogs were called "Greyhounds", which are of German origin

8 Wet nose
The most important organ for a dog is his nose. Thus it occupies the space occupied by humans forty times. In this way, the sensitivity of the dog's nose is multiplied by thousands or even millions of times. The wet nose of the dog is important in determining the wind direction.

9 dog collar
The collars came into use at the hands of the Greeks. Those with spikes were also known to them. The reason why thorns were important in their collars is that it offers them the kind of self-defense that keeps wolves away.

10 Paw Bacteria
Dogs grow bacteria on their paws that make them smell like corn. This smell that comes out of his paws is often called Frito Feet. When dogs walk in the mud or sand, this odor doubles. The smell of their sweat, as a result, bears that smell.