Dogs, Canis lupus familiaris and humans, Homo sapiens have coexisted at least 14,000 years. When you consider how different the two species communicate, interpret the world around them, and make decisions based on these abilities, it is amazing how the dog has adapted to living with us. However, this may explain why many dog owners find themselves unable to cope with their dog’s behavior. The sensory organs of dogs affect thought processes and understanding the canine senses can be helpful in building better communication between us allowing a healthier human-canine bond. How dogs perceive their world using their own unique set of senses helps us to understand the differences between us.
February 14, 2011 Joyce Kesling, CDBC Need more information, read my blog post http://responsibledog.net/2010/01/21/how-selective-breeding-is-impacting-the-welfare-of-dogs/ [vodpod id=Groupvideo.8495483&w=450&h=325&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] 1st collector for Health of Pedigree Dogs Follow my videos on vodpod