20 Funny Dogs Who Don’t Know How To be Dogs

30 Funny Dogs Who Don't Know How To be Dogs

We have found a few funny dogs who just don’t seem to know how to behave like proper dogs.

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Interesting Facts About Dogs You Probably Didn’t Know

Three dogs (from First Class cabins!) survived the sinking of the Titanic – two Pomeranians and one Pekingese.
Source: Vetstreet

It’s rumored that, at the end of the Beatles song, “A Day in the Life,” Paul McCartney recorded an ultrasonic whistle, audible only to dogs, just for his Shetland sheepdog.
Source: PBS

Puppies have 28 teeth and normal adult dogs have 42.

Dogs chase their tails for a variety of reasons: curiosity, exercise, anxiety, predatory instinct or, they might have fleas! If your dog is chasing his tail excessively, talk with your vet.

Dalmatian puppies are pure white when they are born and develop their spots as they grow older.

Dogs and humans have the same type of slow wave sleep (SWS) and rapid eye movement (REM) and during this REM stage dogs can dream. The twitching and paw movements that occur during their sleep are signs that your pet is dreaming

Dogs’ eyes contain a special membrane, called the tapetum lucidum, which allows them to see in the dark.

A large breed dog’s resting heart beats between 60 and 100 times per minute, and a small dog breed’s heart beats between 100-140. Comparatively, a resting human heart beats 60-100 times per minute.

If your dog’s acting funny, get out the umbrella! According to a Petside.com/Associated Press poll, 72% of dog owners believe their dog can detect when stormy weather is on the way.

A dog’s normal temperature is between 101 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Unlike humans who sweat everywhere, dogs only sweat through the pads of their feet.

Dogs have three eyelids, an upper lid, a lower lid and the third lid, called a nictitating membrane or “haw,” which helps keep the eye moist and protected.

62% of U.S. households own a pet, which equates to 72.9 million homes

45% of dogs sleep in their owner’s bed (we’re pretty sure a large percentage also hogs the blankets!)

Dogs’ noses secrete a thin layer of mucous that helps them absorb scent. They then lick their noses to sample the scent through their mouth.

Dogs have about 1,700 taste buds. Humans have approximately 9,000 and cats have around 473.

A Dog’s sense of smell is 10,000 – 100,000 times more acute as that of humans.

It’s a myth that dogs only see in black and white. In fact, it’s believed that dogs see primarily in blue, greenish-yellow, yellow and various shades of gray.

Sound frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz). The higher the Hertz, the higher-pitched the sound. Dogs hear best at 8,000 Hz, while humans hear best at around 2,000 Hz.

Dogs’ ears are extremely expressive. It’s no wonder! There are more than a dozen separate muscles that control a dog’s ear movements.

While the Chow Chow dogs are well known for their distinctive blue-black tongues, they’re actually born with pink tongues. They turn blue-black at 8-10 weeks of age.

When dogs kick after going to the bathroom, they are using the scent glands on their paws to further mark their territory.

Dogs curl up in a ball when they sleep due to an age-old instinct to keep themselves warm and protect their abdomen and vital organs from predators.

In addition to sweating through their paw pads, dogs pant to cool themselves off. A panting dog can take 300-400 breaths (compared to his regular 30-40) with very little effort.

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