Can You Pass This Dog Trivia Quiz?

Do you know the common physiological issues related to dogs? Here are ten questions related to dogs, can you answer them? Let's take a look at the secrets of our little angels!

1. Do you know how many hours your dog needs to sleep every day?

Puppies usually sleep for about 20 hours.
Adult dogs usually take 10 -15 hours to sleep.

2. Do you know your dog's normal temperature?

Body temperature of healthy dogs: (measured by anus)

Small dogs: puppies 38.5-39 ℃
Adult dogs: 38-39 ℃

Medium-sized dogs: puppies 38.5-39 ℃
Adult dogs: 38-38.5 ℃

Large dogs: puppies 38.2-39 ℃
Adult dogs: 37.5-39 ℃

3. How long do dogs live?

Generally the average life expectancy of small dogs is higher than that of large dogs.
Average life expectancy of dogs is generally 12 years.

4. Why is the dog's nose always wet?

Dogs will continue to lick their noses so that they can make more contact with odor molecules to keep their sense of smell. If the dog is sick, he will not have the energy to lick his nose. Therefore, a sick dog's nose is dry.

5. Do you think dogs can distinguish colors?

Dogs have a poor ability to identify colors. Unlike humans, which can distinguish as many colors, dogs cannot see red and green, but only three colors: yellow, blue, and gray.
Also, because dog eyeball lenses are flatter than humans, they cannot see too much detail;
On the other hand, dog eyes are more sensitive to light and movement than human eyes.

6. When dogs choose food, do they rely more on smell, taste or vision?

Smell, dogs have a poor taste and a very sensitive smell, so they often eat something that smells good but tastes normal.

7. Should you give your dog a summer cut?

No, because the sweat glands of dogs are mainly distributed on the tongue and the soles of their feet, and their bodies have almost no sweat glands. So cutting the long hairs is not only not helpful to them, but direct sunlight will hurt their skin.

8. Do dogs also develop anxiety and depression?

Yes, because dogs are also very sensitive animals.

9. Do dogs understand human talk?

No, but he can understand your tone and understand your expression.
If you use clear language to express what you want to tell him, if the sentence is short, the dog can understand.

10. Physiological functions of dogs:

Heartbeat: Adults 70-130 beats / min, puppies 200 beats / min
Breathing: 10-30 times / minute
Pulse: 70-120 beats / min
Normal mandrel: +40 degrees-+100 degrees
Systolic pressure: 14.9 kPa (allowable range 12.7-18.1)
Diastolic blood pressure: 7.5 kPa (allowable range 5.8——9.7)
Chromosomes: 78
Plasma volume: 55.2ml / kgbw (allowable range 47.7-73.0)


Are you clear about these questions? Knowing these will help you better train your dog and take care of him.