The most common reason why dogs lick everything is out of compulsion or an obsessive-compulsive disorder (just like OCD with humans). They may also be expressing boredom or trying to show affection to their favorite people through licking.
Dogs cannot eat corn on the cob because it is dangerous for their digestive system. While corn is not toxic to dogs, it can lead to gastrointestinal injury and obstruction. The corn cob is also a choking hazard. And, corn does not digest in the stomach of dogs well. Additionally, the cob cannot pass through the digestive tract of a dog.
Yes, dogs can eat beef without any fear of harm. It is a good source of their daily dietary needs providing them with calories, proteins, essential vitamins, and minerals. However, it is important to serve our furry friend beef based on the recommended amount and with the fats removed. This helps prevent obesity and pancreatitis.
Yes, dogs can eat broccoli stems, but they are a choking hazard. That’s why it is recommended to keep an eye out for signs of choking or intestinal blockage while and after your dog is consuming broccoli.
Did you know that apart from reindeer, White Alaskan Malamutes were also used as sled pullers? Yes, the furry White Alaskan Malamutes were originally bred as sled dogs because of their strength and fortitude. They have a keen resemblance to other sled dogs like Samoyeds, Eskimo Dogs, Laikas, and Siberian Huskies.