Untrue Dog Myths You Shouldn't Trust

From behavior to health, there's no shortage of myths circulating about our furry friends. 

It's time to debunk some of these untrue dog myths and set the record straight. 

While it's true that dogs age faster than humans in their earlier years, the rate slows down as they get older.  

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Larger breeds tend to have shorter lifespans compared to smaller breeds, but there's no one-size-fits-all conversion rate. 

While a dry or warm nose can sometimes indicate illness or dehydration, it's not a reliable indicator of overall health. 

Instead of focusing solely on the nose, monitor your dog's behavior, appetite, and energy levels to assess their health. 

Dogs wag their tails for various reasons, including excitement, nervousness, or even aggression.  

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