This little cutie’s whiskers are hidden under all that fur. But, they are there nonetheless. Their purpose – sensory organs. Dog’s whiskers have evolved to detect vibrations, air movement and touch. These help dogs to be more aware of their surroundings and environment. Whiskers can also serve as communication devices. Dogs can move their whiskers forward and backward to signal to other dogs a state of fear, or a strength of confidence. While it is not painful and will not cause a dog distress, we recommend that you do not trim, pluck or remove dog’s whiskers as they serve as […]
Of course dogs dream. If you’ve ever noticed a sleeping dog have shallow, irregular breathing, followed by muscle twitching and eye movements behind closed eyelids, then your dog is dreaming. The characteristics of sleeping and dreaming are very similar for both dogs and humans. Dogs tend to get to dreaming much faster than people, typically within 20 minutes of dozing off. What we don’t know , is what do dogs dream about? Running, playing, eating, fun times or serious times? Perhaps someday, we will bet let in on the secret of doggie dreams.