Facts about Dogs

  • The typical city hound lives three years longer than a nation hound.
  • 87% of dog owners state their canine twists up next to them or at their feet while they sit in front of the TV
  • Canines can be prepared to distinguish epileptic seizures.
  • Fifteen individuals lost their lives in the U.S. consistently from dog bites.
  • In 2002, additional individuals in the U.S. were slaughtered by dogs than by sharks during the previous 100 years.

  • Newfoundlands are extraordinary swimmers due to their webbed feet.
  • Basset Hounds cannot swim.
  • Greyhounds are the quickest dogs on earth, with paces of up to 45 miles for every hour.
  • Bingo is the name of the dog in favor of the Cracker Jack box.
  • The Bible notices dogs multiple times.
  • Three dogs endure the sinking of the Titanic – a Newfoundland, a Pomeranian, and a Pekingese.
  • The Labrador Retriever is the #1 most loved breed in the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom.
  • Obesity is the #1 medical issue among dogs.
  • An expected 1,000,000 dogs in the U.S. have been named as the essential recipients in their proprietor’s will.

  • An American Animal Hospital Association. The survey found that 33% of puppy owners confess to conversing with their mutts on the telephone and leaving voice-mail messages for them while away.
  • It is a legend that dogs are partially blind. They can really find in shading, only not as strikingly as people. It is like our vision at nightfall.
  • Puppies DO have preferable low-light vision over people as a result of an extraordinary light-reflecting layer behind their retinas.
  • A German Shepherd direct canine drove her visually impaired partner through the whole 2100-mile Appalachian Trail.
  • In the event that never spayed or fixed, a female puppy, her mate, and their pups could create more than 66,000 dogs in 6 years!
  • A dog’s’ sweat glands are between their paw pads.
  • Like human infants, Chihuahuas are brought into the world with a weakness in their skull which closes with age.
  • The Lundehune breed has six toes and can close its ears.
  • Teddy Roosevelt’s puppy, Pete, ripped a French Ambassador’s jeans off at the White House.
  • President Lyndon Johnson had two beagles named Him and Her.
  • Franklin Roosevelt burned through $15,000 for a destroyer to get his Scottie in the Aleutian Islands.
  • In Roman occasions, mastiffs wore light protective layer and were sent after mounted knights.
  • The Russians trained mutts during WWII to run suicide missions with mines lashed to their backs.
  • A dog’s mouth applies 150-200 pounds of weight for each square inch. Some puppy breeds can apply up to 450 pounds for every square inch.
  • A one-year-old dog is as develop, physically, as a 15-year old human.
  • The U.S. has the most astounding dog populace on the planet. France has the second most elevated puppy populace.