Owners of dogs may be making a mistake if they believe that spaying or neutering their pet at an early age would prevent behavioural problems in old age.
The common belief that a healthy dog's nose is usually chilly and wet is one of the most pervasive fallacies regarding canine health.
Most people assume that having a dog with bad breath is simply something their owners have to deal with.
While canines do mature more rapidly than humans, the seven-to-one ratio is wrong.
This is an understandable way of thinking, yet it continues to support a falsehood about dogs. You shouldn't extend your hand to a dog you've just met.
There's a good chance you'd do whatever it took to help your dog get rid of fleas and ticks if it meant helping yourself and your family.
However, they can see with their own eyes and use their other senses as well.
"You can't teach an old dog new tricks," which you may have heard or seen on a list of the top presents for dog lovers.
One of the most pervasive dog fallacies is that if their pet eats grass, it means they're becoming ill.
And although a dog's wagging tail is usually indicative of excitement or happiness, it is not always the case.