Facts About Our Canine Companions
Do you think you know everything about your Canine companions ?
Think again !
Can dogs really sniff out cancer?
Check out these 10 amazing facts about your dog .
We all love to share meals with our four- legged friends, as well as there are a lot of items that are safe to share, but there are plenty of items that dog should not eat.
You might think that meat is good for our dogs since it is the main part of their diet, but very fatty meats such as sausage or bacon can actually lead to upset stomachs, obeisity pancareatitis.
All young puppies should receive the proper vaccines for the area they live in.
Too many vaccines are a problem but we have them for a reason the disease’s we vaccinate against, such as distemper and parvovirus are deadly
diseases that post serious threats to unvaccinated Canine Companions.
Your pet dog can feel jealousy.A 2008 study published in the journal Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Sciences found that when a dog saw another dog get a treat for the same trick they’d been performing unrewarded, they becomes agitated scratching themselves and avoiding the gaze of the rewarded Dog.
Did you ever notice the bad odor of your dog’s breath?
Bad breath is the result of a build-up of odor producing bacteria in dog’s moth well if it’s constant, you might want to get your to a veterinarian this can be a sign of dental disease or other health problems.
Research at the Schillerhohe Hospital in Germany found dogs have an incredible capacity to recognise the smell of a range of organic compounds that show the human body isn’t working as it should.
That means your dog can actually diagnose your cancer, something scientists are eager to explore further, as well as diabetes and the early signs of an epileptic seizure.
So if your dog is acting strange there might be nothing wrong with him – the problem could be with you.