We all know they’re cuddly and most especially they’re cute. But, did you know that your cute little doggos and furry creatures have more skills and talents to offer aside from their cuteness?
Are you shocked? We are, too!
After our careful research, we discovered that these dogs are more than just a pet. These furry creatures actually have specific roles in the past before man discovered to keep them as pure pets at home. Some of them are hunters, rescuers, and others are law enforcer alliances.
We compiled these several dog facts so that you will know that your best buddy can do more than sleeping, cuddling and jumping at you. 😉
Did you know that dogs’ noses are wet to help absorb scent chemicals better?
Newfoundlands are trained lifeguards. Check this video and see for yourself their quick instincts.
The Beatles song ‘A Day in the Life’ has a frequency only dogs can hear. Now, we are curious.
The African Hunting dog is the most successful hunter in the world. Imagine this is your pet, you will not have rodent problems. 😉
Dogs have three eyelids. They are more fancy looking than us.
Chow Chows and Shar-Peis have black tongues (and it’s not just because of the candy they ate.)
There were actually three Pomeranian dogs that survived in the Titanic. They sure are great swimmers and high cold tolerance!
In a court trial, you can use the Bloodhound’s sense of smell as evidence. (That’s how sharp they are!)
The tallest dog in the world is 44 inches tall! (What breed could that be?)
The Saluki is the oldest dog breed (and probably the most graceful looking.)
Dalmatians are deaf in one ear. And almost 30% of them have this condition.
There is one dog breed that can beat a Cheetah in a race and that is the Greyhound.
The Ewoks in Star Wars were based on a dog. This image is actually an Ewok, and you can see their resemblance from the dogs above.
Do you know other interesting facts about your little furballs? Share with us in the comments section.