Myths Concerning Dogs That Aren't Actually True

Dogs age seven years for every human year. This common belief suggests that one dog year is equivalent to seven human years. 

To estimate a dog’s age more accurately, it’s best to consider these variables rather than applying a simple formula.

Dogs are colorblind. Contrary to popular belief, dogs are not completely colorblind.

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While they do not see the world in the same spectrum as humans, they can perceive colors, although not as vividly.

Research suggests that dogs have dichromatic vision, meaning they primarily see shades of blue and yellow.

A warm nose means a dog is sick. The temperature of a dog’s nose fluctuates throughout the day and can vary depending on factors like hydration, activity level

While a cold, wet nose is often associated with good health, a warm or dry nose does not necessarily indicate illness. 

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