Pet Vibes

S.No. Pet Vibes
1

Cat whiskers are so sensitive they can detect the slightest change in air current.

2

Only the males are called Peacock, females are called Peahens.

3

Many dog breeds come in only one or two colors, while others are available in four or five. Pomeranians on the other hand have 23 color combinations that are accepted by the American Kennel Club. These colors include beaver, sable, chocolate, black, orange, and white in addition to a number of combinations of those colors.

4

Cats can rotate their ears 180 degrees.

5

Puppies may be born deaf, but they quickly surpass our hearing abilities. Dogs can also hear higher pitched sounds, detecting a frequency range of 67 to 45,000 hertz (cycles per second). The human range is from 64 to 23,000 hertz. In both dogs and humans, the upper end of hearing range decreases with age.

6

Dogs sometimes appear to smile — much like humans — with open mouth grinning. This may indicate a relaxed, submissive state.

7

Although it was once illegal to keep dogs as pets in Iceland's capital city, the laws have been relaxed.

8

Dogs aren't colorblind but their eyes don't have receptors for red. They see in shades of black and white and also in shades of blue and yellow.

9

The Labrador Retriever is the most popular breed, according to the American Kennel Club.

10

Pet ownership is higher than it has ever been, with almost 60% of American households having at least one.

Sr. No:  1

Cat whiskers are so sensitive they can detect the slightest change in air current.

Sr. No:  2

Only the males are called Peacock, females are called Peahens.

Sr. No:  3

Many dog breeds come in only one or two colors, while others are available in four or five. Pomeranians on the other hand have 23 color combinations that are accepted by the American Kennel Club. These colors include beaver, sable, chocolate, black, orange, and white in addition to a number of combinations of those colors.

Sr. No:  4

Cats can rotate their ears 180 degrees.

Sr. No:  5

Puppies may be born deaf, but they quickly surpass our hearing abilities. Dogs can also hear higher pitched sounds, detecting a frequency range of 67 to 45,000 hertz (cycles per second). The human range is from 64 to 23,000 hertz. In both dogs and humans, the upper end of hearing range decreases with age.

Sr. No:  6

Dogs sometimes appear to smile — much like humans — with open mouth grinning. This may indicate a relaxed, submissive state.

Sr. No:  7

Although it was once illegal to keep dogs as pets in Iceland's capital city, the laws have been relaxed.

Sr. No:  8

Dogs aren't colorblind but their eyes don't have receptors for red. They see in shades of black and white and also in shades of blue and yellow.

Sr. No:  9

The Labrador Retriever is the most popular breed, according to the American Kennel Club.

Sr. No:  10

Pet ownership is higher than it has ever been, with almost 60% of American households having at least one.