We know we’re biased, but here at the AKC we are never bored of learning more about dogs, be Teacup Poodle an upcoming study of canine behavior, or a stat from the database of the AKC, or just interesting facts about dogs’ impressive mental and physical abilities. Some of them already, while some may be more of an “wait, really?” scenario, but we believe you’ll find them all interesting. Take a look at these 30 hilarious dog facts.

1. Teacup Poodle is believed that the Labrador Retriever has been on the AKC’s top 10 most loved breeds for the past 30 years, longer than any other breed.

2. The print of a Teacup Poodle nose is unique, just like the fingerprint of a person.

3. 45 percent of U.S. dogs sleep in the bed of their owners.

4. In the context of sleep … every dog dreams however puppies and senior dogs tend to dream more often than adult dogs.

5. Seventy percent of the people write their pet’s name on their cards for the holidays.

6. The sense of smell that dogs have is well-known But did you know that the nose of a dog can have as many as 300 million sensory receptors? Comparatively, a human nose is home to around 5 million.

7. Rin Tin Tin is the renowned German Shepherd, was nominated for an Academy Award.

picture of dogs in the nature, in autumn

8. The noses of dogs can detect thermal radiation and heat, which is why deaf or blind dogs are still able to hunt.

9. One breed was one of the five most loved breeds in 1934the Beagle is still among the top five breeds today.

10. The word Collie is a reference to “black.” (Collies once were sheep with black faces.)

11. The act of yawning can be infectious, even for dogs. Studies have shown that the sound of a human’s yawn could trigger a similar reaction from your dog. It’s also four times more likely to occur when it’s a yawn from someone he’s familiar with.

12. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is the only breed named after an imaginary person, a character from the book Guy Mannering, by Sir Walter Scott.

13. Dogs curled up into the form of a ball while sleeping to shield their organs – a reminder of their time out in nature, where they were at risk of attacks by predators.

14. The Basenji isn’t strictly “barkless,” as many people believe. They can play yodeling.

15. Australian Shepherd Australian Shepherd is not actually originated from Australia. They are an American breed.

16. … and the Labrador Retriever comes from Newfoundland.

17. The blood pressure of humans decreases when you pet dogs. The dog’s blood pressure also decreases.

18. Over 75 million dog owners in the U.S.–more than in any other country.

19. Someone who hunts with Beagles Beagle is referred to as”Beagler. “Beagler.”

20. Dogs aren’t colorblind. They are able to see blue and yellow.


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