Why dogs do the crazy things they do Our best friends sometimes do some strange things, but we know why. Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Why do dogs chew? If you find out your favorite furniture chewed, torn apart or in unpleasant condition, it means your puppy is trying to explore the world with the help of his mouth and at the same time trying hard to feel relief from teething.
8 weird things dogs do Your dog isn't human – it's a dog. It may live in your home, but it's not a family member. Dogs react mostly on instinct, which is why they do these eight weird things. 9.
13 Things Humans Do That Dogs Dislike. by Karen Tietjen. We love our pups so much that it hurts to think we could be doing something that our dogs dislike. Or that makes them uncomfortable, sad, or scared. They love us so much in return that sometimes, they don’t make it obvious when we’re doing something they hate.
Dogs have lots of unusual behaviors that make us laugh. Sometimes it’s pretty easy to guess why they do what they do, but sometimes their behavior is baffling. You know why they jump all over you when you’ve been gone for too long, but why do they tilt their head at unusual sounds or chase their ...
Why Do Dogs Hump? Humping, or mounting, is a sexual position for dogs, but veterinarians who specialize in canine behavior say it often is done for other reasons as well. David S. Spiegel, VMD, who has a behavioral veterinary practice near Swarthmore, Pa., says in unneutered and unspayed dogs under a year old, humping is usually sexual in nature.
Why Do Dogs Eat Dirt? Dogs explore the world around them with their nose and mouth. A dog’s nose is better than an average human’s nose by a ratio of between 10,000 to 100,000 to 1. When a dog uses their mouth to explore the world, by eating items other than food this is known as pica.
22 Really Weird Things Dogs Actually Do. Honestly, dogs are SO weird. Posted on January 12, 2016, 16:13 GMT Elaina Wahl. Junior Animals Writer. Share On facebook ...
Learn why dogs roll in poop and other stinky things, what you can do to stop this behavior, and how to clean them up when they do. Learn why dogs roll in poop and other stinky things, what you can do to stop this behavior, and how to clean them up when they do.
Dogs try to be our best friends, but boy do we ever make it difficult sometimes. Here are some of the things we do that might make dogs question whether they want to remain best buds or cut ties ...