A dogs senses are nothing like human senses. Dogs can smell somewhere between a few 100,000 times to a few million times better than humans. While their sense of taste is rather poor. That's perhaps why the smell of a dog's food is far more important to a dog than the taste. A dog is not really colour blind. But has limited close range vision and sometimes poor depth perception. So a black strip on the ground can look like a hole to them. Ever thought about things like this? Understanding a dog's senses can help us understand why they act a certain way and will be key to understanding dog behaviour. That apart, it includes a lot of fun trivia that makes for fascinating party conversation.

Senses of a Dog

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