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Dog Trivia

Everyone knows dog is man’s best friend or so everyone says, however, here is some interesting trivia you may not know.

The most popular name for dogs is Max. Other names on the most popular list include Sam, Zach, Molly, and Maggie.

An American Animal Hospital Association did a poll where 33% of all dog owners in the US admitted to talking to their dogs on the phone or leaving them messages on the answering machine.

Over one million dogs in the US are estimated to be listed on their owners will as the primary beneficiary.

A Beatles song that you probably have heard time and time again has a secret message to Paul McCartney’s Shetland Sheepdog at the end of the song. Paul used an ultrasonic whistle that only his dog could hear at the end of “A Day in the Life.”

Dogs do not sweat by salivating; they sweat through the pads of their feet.

Dogs only have around 1,700 taste buds on their tongue with humans having around 9,000. However, dogs have over 200 million scent receptors in their noses so they go more by smell than taste when it comes to food they like to eat.

In the Movie “Cujo” by Stephen King, there were five St. Bernard’s used. One was an actor in a god costume and one was a mechanical head with the other three being St. Bernard dogs.

The Pekingese dog is one of the oldest dog breeds in the world and was sacred to the emperors of China for over 2,000 years.

Scientists discovered that dogs can smell the presence of autism in children.

Some dogs known as “Seizure Alert dogs” can alert their masters up to an hour before the beginning of an epileptic seizure.

There are 701 types of pure breed dogs.


dog trivia

dog trivia

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