Your dog might dash out when you open the door or often find a way to escape your backyard in one way or another.
This sort of behavior and its intensity depends on the breed, age, and gender of your dog and is normal for a healthy canine.
Dogs are mainly exploring the world by sniffing and licking.
But they also use it to show how they are feeling as dogs can't word it out with human language.
That means when you are greeted by your canine with several licks in the face or your hands, it's most probably because he is excited to see you.
Many dog owners have already experienced their dog staring at them full of devotion and might have already wondered what their beloved sweethearts could be thinking.
Because of this and the fact that canine and feline personalities are inherently different, I've decided to compose this blog post for you to satisfy your curiosity.
Many dog owners have probably already heard their dog howling somewhen.
Howling is a way of communicating with other dogs and humans used by dogs and it can express a variety of emotions.
As you might have expected, barking isn't the only means of communication with different implications, but howling can have several meanings, too.
Have you ever observed your dog twitching around and even barking while asleep?
Incidents like these might make you wonder whether or not your dog dreams, and if so, what kinds of dreams that would be.
Recently there has been sufficient research on this topic and I'm going to share this information with you.
Many dog owners all over the world have already wondered whether dogs see colors or at night.
You may be surprised to find out that much of the general understanding of dogs' color vision, for example, is false.
These myths are due to insufficient research in earlier days of science which stated that dogs would not be able to distinguish between colors.
Many canine owners have already spectated their dog eating grass.
You most probably are one of them and may even be concerned and wonder why your pooch evinces this kind of behavior recently.
There might come up questions like: Why does my dog eat grass? Is grazing a bad thing? And if yes, how do I prevent him from doing it?