Dogs know how to pose in a Photo 🙂
Before the pictures I would like to write down a few very interesting facts about humans best friend ever!
1. Paul McCartney is amazing!
In an interview dated back in 2013, he stated that in The Beatles song ”A Day In The Life” he added a frequency that only dogs can hear. I will suggest to go and play the song and watch your dog, check out if it’s going to keep the rhythm.
2. Newfoundland dogs are originally bred as fisherman’s helpers. Don’t wonder if you go for a swim and this dog will try rescue you. They have all the necessary tools to do it: water resistant coat and webbed feet.
3. Everybody remembers the classic movie ”Titanic” where Rose is rescued and Jack…poor Jack didn’t make it. Well, it seems that not just Rose was between the lucky ones as another three dogs have been rescued – two Pomeranian and a Pekingese – and that is not everything – all three were travelling first class. The first Pomeranian wrapped as a baby.
4. The tallest dog in the world also the holder of the Guinness World Record was a Great Dane called Zeus, measuring 44 inches tall. This measurement was made on the 4th of October 2011, probably he is bigger now 🙂
5. If you believe that dogs are truly man’s best friend, you have to read this. In 1990 a blind man named Bill Irwin hiked the Appalachian Trail with his guide dog called Orient. This trail has 2200 miles and the highest point 2025 m, stretching through 14 states from Katahdin, Maine to Springer Mt. in Georgia. All this trip last just 8 months.
6. If you own a Dalmatian, there are 30% chances that the dog could be deaf in one ear and 5% to be deaf in both. Universities Federation on Animal Welfare states that this is caused by ”extreme piebald gene” which is responsible for their white coat and blue eyes. Dalmatians with larger patches are less likely to be deaf.
7. did you know that your best friend doggy has three eyelids? The third one got a very important role which is to keep the eye protected and lubricated. This third lid is called ”the haw” .
Thank you for reading!