About Dogs

About Dogs

To understand your dog, you need to get to know him. Learning about their mysterious world and habits is very important in building the relationship between us. Here is some information about dogs...
 
1) How do dogs sweat?

Dogs can't sweat like us humans. Sweating in dogs occurs through the mouth (ventilation) while breathing. In addition, sweating is formed by the sweat glands between the paws in a very small amount. On hot days it is important to keep the dog cool and in the shade and to constantly replenish its water.

2) Why do dogs eat grass?

We often witness that dogs eat grass. Grass-eating dogs can sometimes be aimed at regulating digestion and sometimes vomiting in situations that disturb their stomach. In addition, we witness that dogs eat grass in the density of intestinal parasites and mineral deficiencies.

3) How do dogs see the world?

Dogs do not see in black and white, as is thought. However, they cannot distinguish colors on a scale as wide as humans. In addition, depending on the localization of the eyes, they have a wider viewing angle than humans, although it varies according to races.

4) What is the dog's sense of smell?

Since dogs are ancient hunters, their sense of smell is very developed and even their most remarkable sense of smell is their sense of smell. The olfactory surface area in their nose is greater than the surface area in their entire body. Dogs can even pick up one millionth of the scents we smell.

5) Do dogs get cold?

Although it varies according to the breed, dogs are more resistant to cold than humans. However, old dogs and puppies with weakened skin integrity can be adversely affected by cold. So they can get cold.

6) Are dogs herd animals?

Yes, dogs are pack animals like their relatives wolves, and the perception of status is very important to them. As soon as their perception of status is confused, they become unhappy. Hierarchical order is indispensable in their lives.
 
7) How do dogs sense of hearing?

Dogs' hearing ability is much more developed than humans' hearing ability. Dogs can locate a sound in six hundredths of a second. They hear ultrasonic and high-pitched sounds that we cannot hear.

8) How do dogs communicate among themselves?

Dogs communicate with each other by using their bodily secretions as well as verbally. They communicate by leaving some body secretions through waste materials such as urine and feces.

9) Do dogs get depressed too?

Unfortunately, dogs living together with humans can acquire many human-specific behavioral problems. Depression, separation anxiety, anxiety and even dependent behaviors are among the behavioral disorders that dogs acquire from humans.

10) How many teeth do dogs have in their mouth?

The number of deciduous teeth, which is 28 during infancy, turns into 42 permanent teeth when they become adults. 22 of them are located in the lower jaw and 20 of them are located in the upper jaw. Teeth are very important in terms of performing cutting, shredding and chewing functions and they need good care throughout their lives.