One: Dogs’ only sweat glands are between their paw pads.
Two: Around 1 million dogs in the USA have been names as the primary beneficiaries in their owner’s will.
Three: Dogs do not have a sense of ‘time’
Four: Dogs judge objects firstly by their movement, secondly by their brightness and lastly by their shape.
Five: Up until the late 19th century, Collies were known as Scottish Sheepdogs.
Six: Ancient Chinese people carried Pekingese dogs in the sleeves of their robes.
Seven: The world’s smartest dogs are thought to the Border Collie, Poodle and Golden Retriever.
Eight: The least smartest dog is thought to be the Afghan Hound.
Nine: A breed of dog called the basenji is the only dog that cannot bark.
Ten: Basset Hounds cannot swim.
Eleven: Dog’s nose print are like human’s finger prints and can be used to accurately identify them.
Twelve: A dog’s sense of smell is 100,000 times stronger than a human’s.
Thirteen: Dachshunds were originally bred for fighting badgers.
Fourteen: The earliest dog fossils discovered date back to nearly 10,000B.C.
Fifteen: During Roman Times, mastiffs wore light armour and were sent after mounted knights.