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The wetness of a dog’s nose is essential for determining what direction a smell is coming from.
The oldest in-tact fossilized remains of a pet canine dates back 33,000 years. It was discovered in Siberia in the 1970s.
At age one, dogs have the same level of physical development that humans have at age 15.
Spiked dog collars were invented in ancient Greece and were originally designed to protect dogs throats from wolf attacks.
More dogs are called Max, Jake, Maggie or Molly than any other pet names. Must get pretty confusing at the dog park!
Dogs could participate in doggie blood drives: dogs are able to donate blood to fellow pooches.
Dogs sometimes sneeze from sheer excitement or nervousness that stimulates the nerves in the nasal passages.
Dogs are capable of understanding up to 250 words and gestures, can count up to five and can perform simple mathematical calculations. The average dog is as intelligent as a two-year-old child.
Some dogs have been able to detect cancer by smelling cancerous tissues that emit volatile chemicals in the patients breath, sweat or urine.
The smallest dog recorded in history for the last 70 years was a Yorkshire Terrier named Sylvia. Sylvia was 2.5 inches tall, measured 3.5 inches long and weighed only 4 ounces!
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