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Call them what you want, but these 5 myths are anything but fact! Some of these sayings about dogs have been around for centuries, but in reality, many are simple myths or bad advice. We have found, and debunked, 5 of the most common myths about your dogs.
Myth #1: Dogs Eat Grass Only If They Are SickIt's true that dogs will often throw up after eating a lot of grass. However, this does not mean they eat the grass to induce vomiting, or that it is somehow a sign of illness.
Most recent research indicates that quite simply put, dogs just like to eat grass. If the dog eats too much grass, the grass may cause a minor irritation that could cause vomiting.If the grass is treated with chemicals, only then it could be hazardous to your pet.
Some vets do believe that dogs will intentionally consume large amounts of grass to induce vomiting if they feel unwell or have consumed something toxic, but this should not be consistent behaviour. If grass-eating has led to chronic vomiting in your do…
When your dog wags their tail, you know they’re probably happy or excited and when they spin in a circle by the door, you know they definitely want to go outside. But there’s one age old question we’re all still asking – “why does my dog always stare at me?” To cut to the point, there are more possible answers than there are dogs on the planet. Depending on the dog and the situation, the same dog might be staring at you for several different reasons! Through this article we give you 5 main reasons your pooch is probably staring at you.
LoveJust as you might gaze adoringly into the eyes of someone you love, dogs tend to look into our eyes to indicate they like us. Our fur-friends will usually have a soft expression, maybe with slightly squinted eyes. A study into the role of oxytocin production – the “love hormone” – in staring between humans and their dogs found that when dogs and humans spent time staring into each other’s eyes, there was an increased amount of oxytocin released by bo…