ALL ABOUT THE NOSE..

ALL ABOUT THE NOSE..

We’ve all heard before about how incredible our dogs’ sense of smell is.. but do we realise what this means.. how they’re able to interpret the world around them in ways we can’t. The olfactory region in the brain, which interprets and remembers smells, is much bigger in the canine than in humans. In addition, dogs have up to 300 million olfactory receptors in their nasal cavity, whereas a human only has around 5 million. The canine nose can therefor be anywhere from 10,000-100,000 times more sensitive than a human nose. Dogs can also smell through each nostril independently so

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LABRADOR RETRIEVER..

The Labrador is a working breed and has high activity and mental stimulation needs. Daily play sessions out on the lawn and 40 minutes walking for a healthy adult dog are highly beneficial. The breed will dig, bark or destructively chew if bored, under-exercised or lonely, and also becomes boisterous and uncontrollable if under-exercised. They like carrying things around in their mouths  and they enjoy chewing. The breed is therefor prone to swallowing socks, toys or bones because of its mouthing obsession   The Labrador is knows for its friendly, loving and loyal nature. It is people-oriented and eager to

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