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Dog Chainsaw Carvings; Wagging Tails, Seeing in Color, Nose Print, Third Eyelid & Other Facts About Dogs

People can often translate their doggie’s wants and body language. From detecting bouts of jealousy and seeing the fascinating things dogs can do, there are many amazing traits people may not realize that we at Carve Me A Bear Chainsaw Carvings would like to discuss today.

Interesting Facts About Dogs

Dog’s Urine Corrodes Metal. Because the acids in the urine can corrode the meta, the urine on the lamppost can be more dangerous than you think.
Dogs See in Color. There is a common myth that dogs only see in black in and white, however, they actually do see in color, just not as vividly as people do. Where humans have 3 cones in their eyes to detect colors, dogs have 2. They can see a blue and yellow scale but cannot distinguish between red and green, but they do have better night vision than humans do. It is also believed by experts that see in a kind of slow motion. To make them more talented in catching balls and frisbees, their eyes take in information more than 25% faster than us. Also, since they can sense the earth’s magnetic fields, dogs can see UV light, and don’t need a compass.
Powerful Sense of Smell. Most know that dog smell well. But to paint the picture, we can just about smell a spoonful of sugar in a cup of tea, where our canine friends can smell that same spoonful in two Olympic swimming pools’ worth of water. Dogs can recognize smell of a range of organic compounds that indicate a problem in the body. This is why some dogs have been trained to help patients with diabetes, epileptic seizure, and even been to know to detect cancer early.
Dogs are Intelligent. According to research presented to the American Psychological Association, you might sometimes think your dog is a moron, but the truth is that they can actually be as smart as a two-year-old child. Dogs can perform simple mathematical calculations as well as understand up to 250 words and gestures. Among the cleverness of canines include border collies, German shepherds, golden retrievers, poodles, and Dobermans.
A Wagging Tail is Not Always Done with Happiness. The tail wagging has 2 languages of its own; when they are happy, the tail wags to the right and to the left when they are frightened. Rapid movements accompanied by tense muscles or dilated pupils can signal aggression, where wagging low means they are insecure.
Dogs Have Their Own Identifying Print. Their nose print is actually as unique as a human fingerprint. It can actually be used to identify them since their combination of ridges and creases is so distinct.
Bizarre Bodily Functions. Allowing for greater flexibility for running, a dogs’ shoulder blades are not attached to the skeleton, unlike people. To help keep their eyes moist, they also have a third eyelid, or nictitating membrane. Generating more G-force than F1 drivers experience in sharp corners, dogs can shake 70% of the water out of their fur in four seconds.
Dogs Dream. This is likely not news to anyone who can clearly see their dog’s movement while they sleep. While they are asleep, dogs have the same brain wave patterns humans do, meaning they have similar dreams that people have.

Dog Chainsaw Carvings & More in Las Vegas, Nevada, Helena, Montana & Nampa, Idaho

With countless other facts, dogs are truly fascinating and as man’s best friend, many people view their beloved pet as part of the family. Carve Me A Bear Chainsaw Carvings carves our many dogs from reclaimed wood with our trusty chainsaws that are truly a remarkable addition to your home’s décor.

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