Common Dog Myths Debunked

Since no human can see what a dog sees, it's hard to know where this notion comes from. Not all canines see in black and white. 

“Dogs just don’t see as vivid colors as we do,” says doglab.com consultant Sara Ochoa, DVM. The main colors dogs see are yellow and blue.

Dogs do eat grass when nauseated. Ochoa said grass makes them vomit, but other dogs eat it for other reasons.

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“Often dogs just like to eat anything!” explain Puppy Academy experts. "Grazing, sniffing, and tasting is fun for them, especially in new places!" If you find your dog eating grass, don't worry—they may be intrigued!

Wagging tails are often the best indicator of happiness. The Puppy Academy says it can indicate a dog is friendly, enthusiastic, and ready to play, but not always. 

Wagging tails might indicate nervousness or hostility. If you're not convinced a dog is friendly, check for other signals like relaxed eyes and ears, according to the Puppy Academy.

Even though we hate to be the ones to break it to you, there is some risk involved with eating raw seafood at a sushi buffet.  

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