“I think we are drawn to dogs because they are the uninhibited creatures we might be if we weren’t certain we knew better. They fight for honor at the first challenge, make love with no moral restraint, and they do not for all their marvellous instincts appear to know about death. Being such wonderfully uncomplicated beings, they need us to do their worrying.”
– George Bird Evans
Source: Thought Catalog
Dog Walking in North Riding Johannesburg
Duke was happy as ever to see his walker, as well as friends Ozzy and Roxy. He’s always very keen to go on a tour of his neighbourhood. It was a lovely time out, walking the streets of Johannesburg and having a fabulous time sniffing every interesting thing, and meeting new people. Duke was quite tired and keen for a drink of water when he got back home. What a day!
Did You Know? Dogs can see in colour
It is a common myth that dogs can only see in black and white but they can actually see colours – just not as vividly as humans.
They only have two cones in their eyes to detect colours, whereas humans have three. That means dogs see colours on a blue and yellow scale but cannot distinguish between red and green. On the other hand, although they can’t see all the colours we can, they have much better night vision than humans.