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  • In total there is said to be around 400 million dogs in the world.

  • The domestic dog has been one of the most popular working and companion animals throughout human history.

  • Dogs perform many useful tasks for humans including hunting, farm work and security as well as assisting those with disabilities such as the blind.

  • Although experts often disagree, there is scientific evidence which shows that the domestication of dogs could have occurred more than 15,000 years ago.

  • There are hundreds of different breeds of dogs.

  • Examples of these breeds include: Bulldog, German Shepherd, Collie, Golden Retriever, St Bernard, Greyhound, Bloodhound, Chihuahua, Labrador, Great Dane, Rottweiler, Boxer and Cocker Spaniel.

  • The Labrador The most popular breed of dog in the world by registered ownership. They have a gentle nature, are easy to train to be obedient, are intelligence and near limitless energy, Labradors make for excellent family pets and reliable workers. They often assist police and are a common choice as guide dogs.

  • Dogs have formed such a strong bond as pets, workers and companions to humans that they have earned the nickname "man's best friend".

  • Humans help train various dog breeds to enter in competitions such as breed shows, agility and obedience contests, racing and sled pulling.

  • Dog have superior hearing than humans, capable of hearing sounds at four times the distance.

  • Dogs have a remarkable sense of smell, they are capable of differentiating odors in concentrations nearly 100 million times lower than humans can.

  • The average life span for a dog is around 10 to 14 years.

  • Those involved in dog breeding refer to males as ‘dogs’, females as ‘bitches’, dogs younger than a year old as ‘puppies’ and a group of offspring as a ‘litter’.



About 40,000 years ago during the ICE AGE, wild dogs started to stay and keep the humans company, since the hunters would discard food the dogs could eat, they would even get close to the warm fires.

Dogs live are social animals and lived in packs, so they would become friendly with the cave dwellers, maybe even to have their backs scratched!

The first domestic dog appeared about 12,000 to 10,000 years ago. So, since dogs have a great sense of smell and can run fast they helped our ancestors to hunt and to survive.

This is probably why does like people we feed them groom and pet them, and we keep each other company. After all dogs are pack animals.


Dogs have incredible noses, they have 200 million scent receptors in their noses and on the roofs of their mouths. Dogs also have a much larger olfactory processing center in their brains, (the part of the brain that deals with smells)

So they can figure out what they are smelling much better than we can.

Some dogs are even trained to sniff out cancer in humans, and to find illegal substances humans are trying hard to hide. Its nearly impossible to hide anything from a dogs nose.

Dogs can recognize the people in your family by their smell. No matter how many baths you take. Why? Because humans sweat, even when not exercising we perspire all the time, and butyric acid naturally found in human persperation contains seven sextilion molecules of smell (that's an actual number!)

That smell is programmed into a human being from birth. All your blood relatives carry a smilar smell, even if they try to cover it up with deoderant or perfume.

Just one gram of smell would be enough that even if it were in only one little spot on top of a ten sotry building, your dog could find it.

So no matter where you've been even just around the corner, your dog smells where you've been and is happy to see you, and will enthusiastically greet you!

Some dogs love riding in cars especially if they remember going someplace fun like the park or a beach where they can run and play!

Do you like to go to the beach too?

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I want to share with you an organization that works with rescued dogs and - Disabled Veterans -
North West Battle Buddies
in Washington State USA,

This organization trains rescued dogs as service dogs to help disabled Veterans and Veterans who suffer from PTSD.
The veterans receive the training along side thier dogs, at no charge.

The reason I am helping North West Battle Buddies is that my own father suffered from severe depression and PTSD, he committed suicide when I was eightteen years old.
The suicide rate among veterans is 22% we have the power to help and honor the men and women who have honored thier country with thier service and sacrifice.

Please share thier website with your family and friends.

Peace and Blessings. Web E Wanda

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