Do you remember the famous TikTok creator Knowledgesaurus? Well, he is back with some more interesting facts about dogs that most of us don’t know about. With 1.9M followers, this creator is reaching out to millions of people. 

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Fact: Putting Paw On You

Whenever your dog puts their paw on you like this, it’s their way of showing that they love you and it’s their way of petting you.

Fact: Staring At You While They Do Their Business

Your dog is staring at you while they poop because they trust you and think you’ll look out for them while they’re vulnerable while they’re doing their business.

Fact: Dogs Can Get Jealous

On the flip side, dogs can feel jealousy. Any time you’re giving attention to another dog treats, petting, your dog can feel jealous.

Fact: They Know Your Routine

Your dog actually knows your routine. If you have a pretty normal routine, your dog can tell when you’re coming home based on the amount of your scent left in the house.

Myth: 1 Human Year = 7 Dog Years

That 1 human year equals 7 dog years. The first year of a dog’s life is usually about 12 to 15 human years, the second is usually 9 to 10, and the rest after that are usually about 4 to 5. It depends on the dog’s weight, breed, and other things

Myth: Dogs Eat Grass When They’re Sick

That dogs eat grass because they’re sick. And while this can be true, a lot of dogs do this out of boredom or they just think it’s fun to eat grass.

Myth: Dogs See In Black & White

That dogs see in black and white. Dogs lack some light receptors in their eyes to see colors, but they can see on a yellow-blue scale and this is what it would look like in their vision versus ours.

Fact: Scooting Their Butt

When your dog is scootin’ his butt across the floor like this, he’s not just trying to make you laugh. This is almost a sure sign of plugged or infected anal glands, which can collect fluid and can actually be drained manually, or they might be given something for it.

Myth: A Dog’s Mouth Is Cleaner Than A Humans

That a dog’s mouth is cleaner than a human’s. And this myth started when dogs licked their wound, they were seen to heal quicker, but that wasn’t because they’re cleaner, it was because of the blood flow from licking it. So dogs’ mouths are dirtier and this is probably why your vet tells you not to let your dog kiss your face.

Fact: Dogs Can’t Feel Guilty

Even though your dog may look guilty, dogs cannot feel guilt.