You may know some of them, and some may be “waiting, really?” situation, but we think you will find them all happy.

 Check out these facts about 30 cute dogs.
  1. The name Collie means “dark.” (Collies once cared for sheep with dark faces.)
  1. The Labrador Retriever has been on the list of the top 10 AKC models for 30 consecutive years – longer than any other.
  1. The print of a dog’s nose is different, similar to human fingers.
  1. 45% of U.S. dogs They lie in the owner’s bed.

Talking about sleep… all dogs dream, but puppies and older dogs dream more often than older dogs.

  1. More than 70% of people sign the name of their dog on the holiday cards.
  1. A dog’s sense of smell is a myth, but did you know that its nose has 300 million receptors? On the other hand a human nose has 5 million.
  1. Rin Tin Tin, a prominent German Shepherd, was nominated for an Academy Award.

        8.Dog’s can hunt even if they are blind/deaf because their nose can sense heat / radiation.

  1. Only one of the five best known species in 1934 — the Beagle — remains one of the top five.

Yawning is contagious – even in dogs. Studies show that the sound of human yawning can create one from your dog. And there are four possibilities for it to happen when someone yawns.

  1. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is the only fictional character – the character in the novel Guy Mannering, by Sir Walter Scott.

Dogs bend over when they sleep to protect their limbs – holding on to their days in the wild, when they are at risk of being attacked by animals.

  1. Basenji is not really “barked at,” as many people think. They can yodel.

An Australian shepherd is not actually an Australian – they are of the American type.

      16.… And the Labrador Retriever is from Newfoundland.

  1. A person’s blood pressure drops when you pet a dog. So is the dog.
  1. There are more than 75 million domestic dogs in the U.S. —More than those in another country.
  1. A Beagle hunter is known as a “Beagler”.
  1. Dogs are not a colorblind. They can see blue and yellow.
  1. All puppies are born deaf.
  1. The Dalmatians were born pure white, and developed their spots as they grew.

a picture of dogs in nature, in the fall

  1. Dogs have about 1,700 buds. We humans are between 2,000-10,000.
  1. When dogs kick back after going to the toilet it is not to cover them, but to mark their area, they use scented glands on their feet.
  1. Recent research shows that dogs are among a small group of animals that show unselfish kindness to others without reward. This is one fact dog lovers have always known.

  1. Norwegien Lundehund is the most popular breed of dog and the only dog ​​breeder for puffin hunting.
  1. Greyhounds can beat cheetahs in the race. While cheetahs can run twice as fast as greyhounds, they can only maintain that speed of 70 mph in about thirty seconds. Greyhound can maintain a speed of 35 mph for about seven miles. So, the cheetah can start first, but the greyhound will catch up with him soon.
  1. The Bloodhound’s sense of smell is so accurate that the results of its compliance can be used as evidence in a court of law.
  1. Some dogs are tall or heavy, but according to Guinness World Records, Mastiff named Zorba is the largest dog in the world. Zorba weighed 343 pounds and weighed more than eight feet [8 m] from nose to tail. He is described as equal to a small donkey.
  1. According to Guinness World Records, the smallest dog ever recorded was Miracle Milly, a Chihuahua. Born in 2011, Milly was a miniscule 3.8 inches tall and weighed about one pound.
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