If you thought a dog’s mouth was cleaner than a human’s, think again! Dog tongue is very high in bacteria, and can carry pathogens like salmonella and campylobacter.
1. You can get sick if you let your dog lick you
These creatures enter the dog’s mouth by eating or drinking spoiled food or when it uses its tongue as toilet paper. Therefore, a kiss or a kiss from the dog is likely to lead to nasty diarrhea in humans.
2. Humans can also make pets sick
While this is uncommon, it does happen from time to time. Pandemic H1N1 flu has infected cats, dogs and weasels from their own owners. Most cases are mild, but the animals still die. Therefore, your veterinarian recommends that you regularly wash your hands and sleep separately from the bed when the owner is sick. Dogs and humans can also be infected with the same strain of bacteria called E. coli. In addition, there is MRSA, also known as “giant aphid”, which can also move and live in humans and dogs.
3. Cats steal a newborn’s life
This stems from superstitions dating back to the 1700s, when children died from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), people were quick to blame cats when they saw that. they are in the crib of the child. Currently, the things that are linked to SIDS are the child’s soft toy, illness, or tummy, not the cat. Cats often enjoy being in a baby’s crib because this is a tall, warm place perfect for them to rest.
4. Dogs can recognize hypoglycemia
This may sound like a Lassie TV episode *, but it’s true that it’s not fictitious. Dogs can smell a sudden drop in the blood sugar level of a diabetic owner, as well as alert them to be prepared by scratching, licking, whining, or barking. Some dogs have even been trained and used as dogs for diabetics. According to dog trainers, their noses are up to 90% accurate in cases of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
5. Dogs have a loving look
When both you and your puppy look into each other’s eyes, it can truly be a look of love, not simply a begging way of the dog. Dogs can develop this atypical behavior once they have become close human companions – while between two dogs or between a dog and a stranger, a direct look is the same. is a threat. Of course not all Fido pet dog glances are love – it may simply be tempting to eat dinner. In other cases, if your dog’s body becomes tense and his ears flattened, he may be trying to tell you to move away temporarily because there is danger lurking.
6. Cats can give a lot of love to their owners
Behavioral experts confirm that some cats actually experience anxiety about being separated from someone they like – and that’s one of the reasons why cute cats do. Can pee on your clothes while you are working. Some other signs that the cat is exercising love for you include: the pace of the cat around you, making a noise when alone, or definitely not letting its owner go to the door. If left alone, the cat will vomit or become too nervous to eat. For cats who love their owners too much, behavioral therapy along with anti-anxiety medications will be of great help for cats affected by the problem too heavily.
7. Dogs can learn and remember 250 words
The smartest and best trained breed will have the same ability as a 2-year-old child to hear and understand human speech, according to research by Dr. Stanley Coren. These dogs can understand 250 words, while an ordinary dog can only understand 150 words.
Some beautiful but less intelligent breeds: Borzoi, chow chow, bull dog, basenji, Afghan hound.
8. White cats are often deaf
White-haired cats are often deaf in one or even both ears, especially cats with blue eyes. When a cat has only one blue eye, the cat is more likely to be deaf in one ear on the same side of the eye. Many cat owners have said that deaf cats are not smart. However, people still do not have an official conclusion because the reasons of not being smart in cats is intelligence or deaf cats.
9. The cat will always land on the ground with their feet
Cats are the champion of always landing on foot for short distances thanks to their supple backbones. However, sometimes it also lands with its head. If the wall is one or two stories tall, the cat’s paw won’t be of any help in falling. The cat’s head and body collide with the ground, causing serious injuries. Cats that come in and out of a home through an open overhead window may be concentrating fully on a bird, leading to a loss of balance and falls – known as cat overhead fall syndrome.
10. Dogs are capable of dancing
Dog lovers often hold a contest called Free Dog Dance to strengthen the relationship between dogs and humans. When dogs and humans form a dance pair – in an auditorium-style dance – for a dance performed with music, and sometimes there are also appropriate outfits for the dance.
11. Cats sniffle with their mouths
Cats have a small scent gland in their palate called a vomeronasal organ. For a slight puff of something like urine or other private stuff on your cat’s body, they’ll open their mouths wide to draw the scent out of the body. The act of a cat looking very ferocious is called the Flehmen reaction, and it is often seen in male cats when they are checking for a female cat for heat.
12. Dog wagging tail = Happy dog
A dog with a wagging tail will have three different moods and only one of them is to show that the dog is happy. When the tail is abnormally tall and stiff, this means that the dog is agitated and is ready to defend his territory. A tail that hangs low and wobbles very quickly indicates that the dog is scared and obediently obedient to its owner. A happy dog will swing its tail in the middle position in a very natural way – and its ears, mouth, and body should be very comfortable too.
13. Newborn puppies do not wag their tails
Puppies under three weeks of age will not wag their tails – in some cases it will not be possible until the seventh week to start working. Veterinarians believe these little dogs are capable, but they are too busy eating and sleeping with no regard for anything else. As they become more aware of their surroundings, tail wagging begins to become a kind of sign language: a sign of harmony for troubled dogs or when they are hungry and want to eat. Dogs almost never wag their tails when alone.
14. The secret to establishing an early relationship with a kitten
Cats that often shun or bite their hands when their owners feed them are cats that have not had contact with humans in the first few days of life. Cat behavior experts have said that a kitten is in desperate need of human interaction from birth especially during the first 7 weeks after its birth, otherwise it never will. stick with people. Even if you only need five minutes a day during the first few weeks of your cat’s birth, you can teach a kitten not to bite when a human’s hand lifts it off the ground.
15. Dogs look at things in black and white pictures
Researchers have proven this to be just a baseless rumor. Dogs see blue, purple, and many more shades of gray than humans. They can also see very well in poorly lit areas and recognize slight movements – a trait that makes dogs good hunters. A dog may not see red, orange, yellow, or green based on the results of a test of the sensitivity of the cones to the color in the dog’s hammock.
16. Dogs get sick when their nose heats up
A dog’s nose temperature is highly volatile and this is not a sign of illness. A dog’s nose can become hot and dry after lying in the sun or become cool and wet when the dog has a bowl of water. Signs of illness in dogs are lethargy, loss of appetite, vomiting, cough, or body temperature above 39 degrees Celsius on rectal thermometer. In addition, a wet snout is not a sign of illness, but rather a dog structure with a tube that carries tears towards the nose.
17. A limp is a sign of a lung problem
Dogs also visit doctors from time to time about limping, and are diagnosed with lung cancer when they leave. Cancer in the chest can trigger the leg bones to develop new tissue – causing swelling and pain in the leg. A typical symptom of lung cancer is a cough, although about 25% of dogs show no special symptoms until the cancer is detected on a chest x-ray. Leg changes – called an enlarged bone – go away completely once the cancer is treated.
18. Cats need milk
There is a longstanding myth that cats need to drink milk, and giving your pet a plate of milk can cause diarrhea. Kittens suckle until weaning, and older cats may like the taste of cow’s milk. However, in adult cats there is not much lactase – an enzyme needed to break down lactose in milk. The results for cats drinking milk are often very uncomfortable and messy: diarrhea.
19. Dogs need to eat bones
This stems from the idea that ancient dogs (wolves) ate a lot of bones. Today, domestic dogs can get all the calcium and nutrients they need from dry dog food. Bones satisfy a dog’s chewing instinct, but it can choke or injure a dog by having small, knife-like bones, even when cooked. Chewable dog food or store chew toys are a safer choice.
20. Dogs lick themselves to heal wounds
There aren’t any miraculous healing powers in the dog’s salivary glands, which is in stark contrast to what we often think. The truth is almost the opposite: bacteria in the dog’s mouth can cause infection and slow wound healing. Dogs are also more likely to be forced to lick wounds, and this can lead to a persistent pain called dermatitis from excessive licking. The solution to this problem is the Elizabethan belt that prevents the dog’s tongue from touching the wound on the dog until it is completely healed.
21. Cats kiss with their eyes
According to experts, cats communicate with a slow wink. With their own distinctive communication, this was a sign of peace, also meant for comfort for other cats. When targeted at people, this charming blink proves sympathy, even love. Humans can reciprocate this love with a long, slow blink of an eye to “blow a kiss” back according to cat body language. A gentle wink will work on domestic cats, wild cats, or even wild tigers in the woods, according to behavioral researcher Roger Tabor.
22. Dogs also love
Can two dogs develop a relationship called love, or can they mate with any dog in the park? Anthropologist Elizabeth Marshall Thomas said that dogs love and she also recorded a memorable love story between two dogs “Sundog” and “Bean” in a book entitled “The social life of dogs. “Written by herself. Thomas claims very few dogs develop loving relationships because they are kept in captivity, they are “born to do what we want, not what they want.”
23. Smoking kills dogs and cats
Tobacco smoke increases the risk of at least two cancers in cats, lymphoma and oral cancer. Domestic cats have twice the amount of toxins in their body by inhaling cigarette smoke in the air and licking excess hair when grooming. Dogs with long noses can develop nasal cancer tumors if they live with smokers. Short-nosed dogs are susceptible to lung cancer and oral cancer.
24. Cat language: gru gru when in pain
The quiet and motor-like sound of the cat gruuuu screaming was still not fully understood. Cats who love cats have seen their pets grumble when happy, but cats can grumble when they are in pain or dying. This may be a self-soothing act of calming its body, Kittens may start grunting as soon as they are born – and the mother will do the same when breastfeeding.
25. Cat language: chirping
Cats make this sharp and high-pitched sound when they see prey, like birds, which are commonly known for chirping sounds. When a cat is prevented from reaching its prey, it can chatter with a hoarse noise accompanied by rapid movements of its lower jaw.
26. Dog language: show your teeth and endure it
Owners are very precise when it comes to their dogs smiling because their mouths are shown to show emotion. Being relaxed and open can be a sign of a happy dog. A reluctant brow is the dog version of the tense human smile. Dogs pull their lips up, show everyone their front teeth, and curl. This tense and harmless brow is very easy to be mistaken for a ferocious growl. When in doubt, don’t mess with your dog.
27. Dog language: whale’s eye
When a dog turns his head away but keeps his eyes around to make sure you are still in view, the eyes are now shown as “whale eyes”, and usually only happens when the dog is feeling scared or is guarding, protecting something. The whites in the dog’s eyes will appear like a crescent moon and interfere with it resulting in growling or biting. The dog also becomes tense during these times of stress. The dog has an inward look at more relaxed moments – not much white in the eyes will appear and its body will become relaxed, not tense.