15 Photos That Prove Dogs Can Sleep Anywhere

Dogs know how to sleep. The time they spent on sleeping varies from dog to dog and depends on the dog’s breed, age and personality. Most dogs sleep about fourteen hours a day, puppies need plenty of rest for their development. Some very large breeds of dogs, like Newfoundlands, St. Bernards, and Mastiffs, often spend a great deal of their lives sleeping.

Pups can sleep anywhere, any place, and any time. If you have ever had a pup before, you should know that they are able to nap almost almost everywhere and in every position. They may sleep in your couch, in their bowls, in your shoes, on your desktop or even keyboard, sometimes in the door handle of your car. Let’s check out the below funny photos and learn the extraordinary sleeping skills of your canines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These 6 Popular Breeds of Dogs Look Really Like Bears

Of course dogs are not bears, but some dogs look almost incredibly like bears. These dogs have thick furs and bear-like appearance, sometimes you even mistake them as teddy bears. You might be wondering what sorts of breeds look the most like bears, check out the below list for the bear-like breeds of dogs and have fun!

1. Akita


Akita is a large breed of dog originating from the mountainous northern regions of Japan. They do have a soft coat all over their body. Akita looks almost like a bear when in very young age.

2. Poodle


Poodles don’t look like a bear in their adult age, but when they are very young they almost look like teddy bears. They have a curly coat all over the body.

3. Alaskan Malamute


The Alaskan Malamute is a large breed of domestic dog originally bred for hauling heavy freight because of their strength and endurance, and later a sled dog. They are similar to other arctic breeds, and have a double coat all over their body.

4. Chow Chow


The Chow Chow is a large, fluffy dog breed. The breed was originally bred in Northern China, history says that they were mainly kept in the Buddhist temples and monasteries for the security. Chow Chows have rounded ears, the short snout, dark eyes, and impossibly fluffy fur, the coat of the Chow Chow is one of the thickest, densest coats.

5. Newfoundland Dog


The Newfoundland Dog is one of the tallest dog breeds, they are known for being gentle, sweet-tempered, and easily trained. They are covered with thick water-resistant coats, this makes them look like bears. They can be seen in a wide range of different colours including black, brown and grey.

6. Tibetan Mastiff


Tibetan Mastiff is a large Tibetan dog breed, which is still used by the local tribes of many places to protect their sheep from the wolves, tiger and leopards. Their coats are very dense and heavy, their huge heads are what gives them their distinctive bear-like appearance.

7 Fun Siberian Husky Facts You May Don’t Know

Siberian Huskies are beautiful dogs known for their wolf-like looks and trademark blue eyes, they are very popular in the world. They were bred for mushing in subzero temperatures, and most commonly associated with valiantly pulling sleds through the snow. Siberian Husies are friendly, gentle, dignified, alert but not aggressive. If you are an experienced Siberian Husky owner, you may know these interesting facts about Huskies.

1. Huskies Are Not Related To Wolves.


Siberian Huskies belong to the Spitz genetic family which, at least for the last 5000 years, has not been influenced by wolves. According to the Siberian Husky Club of America, they are a domesticated purebred dog with no genetic lineage linking them to wolves. They bear a strong resemblance to wolves but their behaviours are very different.

2. Snow Nose Is More Likely To Occur In Siberian Huskies.


Technically called hypopigmentation, snow nose or “winter nose” is a common condition that causes the nose or parts of it to lighten to a pale pink color, it occurs in the winter, with or without snow. It might be related to the hours of darkness being greater than daylight hours. It darkens again in spring and summer when the days are longer and the weather warms up.

3. Huskies Are Independent Thinkers.


Known for being independent thinkers, Huskies will sometimes ignore your commands. This can make potty training a little difficult for some.

4. A Husky’s Howl Can Be Heard Up To 10 Miles Away.


Siberian Huskies are particularly talkative. Although they do not bark often, Huskies are considered to be one of the most vocal breeds. They exhibit everything from howls to yelps and can even sound like they’re actually talking sometimes.

5. Siberian Huskies Are Working Dogs, They Are Not Good Guard Dogs.


Huskies are unsuspicious and friendly to strangers. This can be charming, but it’s not very helpful when you’re looking for a canine sentry. The presence of somebody is likely to excite them and invite play, rather than protect, they would rather lick you than bite you.

6. Siberian Huskies May Have Eyes Of Different Color.


Siberian Husky’s eyes may be brown or icy blue. But sometimes you get one of each, this is known as parti-eye and is quite normal and acceptable for the breed. Even more amazing is they are all born with blue eyes but can change colour after a few weeks. The parti-color does not affect the vision of the dog.

7. Siberian Huskies Are Masterful Escape Artists.


Huskies like to explore and dig, and they are known escape artists and can find their way out of most seemingly secure areas. They need companionship and like going outdoor, if they are left alone for periods of time they may work independently to find a way out.

Duncan May Be The Most Inspirational Dog Of The World

Duncan Lou may be the most inspirational dog of the world, and he is a two legged boxer.  Duncan was born with deformed hind legs and they had to be removed. Then he has to move with only two legs, it is very difficult to keep even balance with two legs, but this indomitable spirit make it and he runs very fast. Duncan shows us the magnificence of dogs, although he runs like a dinosaur.

It’s the first time Duncan went to the beach, he’s so exciting and happy!

Keeping the body balance is not a problem for Duncan.

The strong Boxer dog has a big heart, and he runs so fast.

 

Watch the video and see how Duncan did it.

10 Interesting and Funny Things About Dog Ears

Puppies are born deaf, their ear canals are closed for the first couple weeks. But dogs have sensitive ears, they can hear about 4 times better than humans. Dogs have around 18 muscles in each ear, that’s why they’re able to rotate, tilt, raise or lower their ears. Dogs have ears that are quite different from our own, and there are more interesting facts with the ears of our fluffy friends.

Some dogs have pendant ears, for instance Bloodhounds, Basset Hounds, and Beagles. Bloodhounds have the world’s longest ears.

Some dogs have pricked ears, such as Malamutes or German Shepherds.

Some dogs have floppy ears, taping their ears make them stand up so that they couldn’t be injured when they are hunting wild boars and the pigs, for example Doberman Pinschers or Rottweilers.

French Bulldogs have round ears.

When a dog tilts their head, it may have to do with their hearing.

Naturally held ears indicates being relaxed and comfortable.

Raising ears shows alertness.

Up and forward ears can indicate aggression.

Pulled back ears are a sign of friendliness.

Ears flattened to head show submission or fear.