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How much water do dogs need daily?

Hi fellas! It’s time for another one of my interesting dog facts. As we’re at the peak of summer time, I thought it’s a good time to talk about water intake and hydration in dogs. Do you know, how much water exactly your dog needs every day? The water intake, of course, depends on several factors, such as age, weight,

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Bull Terrier Puppies

How to find the right Bull Terrier Puppy for you Puppies in general are a handful of work. When it comes to Standard Bull Terrier or Miniature Bull Terrier puppies in particular, you may often wish you had two additional hands. Some say Bull Terriers and Miniature Bull Terriers are not a dog for first timers. Although I do not completely agree,

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Trick and obedience training for dogs

Hello everyone, Mila here! Today I’d like to have a quick talk about dog training: Did you know that during trick and obedience training for us dogs it is a lot easier for us to learn spoken commands in combination with hand signals? We don’t actually “speak” any human language. Actually there’s no such thing between dogs as a “language” either.

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Did you hear this? – Interesting dog facts about how dogs hear

Hey guys, I’m back again with some interesting dog facts about me and my peers. Let’s talk about how dogs hear sound today. It’s said that we are among those mammals with the most excellent hearing capabilities: In only 1/600 of a second we are able to locate the source of a sound. Supposedly we are also capable of perceiving sounds

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Interesting dog facts about dog’s ears

Did you know that Bull Terriers and all other dogs have more than eighteen muscles in each ear to move it. That is twice as many muscles than a human ear has! It gives us our distinct repertoire of “ear gestures”. They say that ears sticking straight up and being pointed allow for a better hearing in dogs. I don’t

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Did you know that dogs cannot sweat like humans?

It’s true, Bull Terriers and all other dogs cannot perspire like humans do. We can only sweat through glands in our footpads. Our cooling system is not very efficient and we cannot lose heat as quickly by breaking out in sweat from head to toe as humans do. In addition to our piddly “foot-AC” we can try to get rid of

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