A scruffle.A leash.A kennel.
A group of dogs is known as a kennel!
This dog is a sealyham!
They were originally bred on the Welsh borders and worked as vermin control, keeping animals like badgers under control. The other dogs are, clockwise, a dachshund; a dandie dinmont; a corgi.
This is the weimaraner!
The other dogs are, clockwise, a Hungarian vizsla; a hamiltonstovare; a pointer.
Digital pads.Track pads.Toe pads.
A dog's toes are known as digital pads. They are cushioned for walking on hard terrain.
Labradoodle.St Bernard.Old English sheepdog.
It's an old English sheepdog!
That fuzzy little puppy will look something like this guy when he's full grown.
Floor sweeper.Watch dog.Rat catcher.
They were bred as watch dogs.
Lhasa apsos were originally bred in Lhasa, Tibet. They were used to guard monasteries, and would bark at the sound of intruders. Even today, the breed are known to be quite "talkative".
A sire.A dam.A dog.
Male dogs are called, "dogs". When a dog fathers puppies, he is known as a "sire".
A Bedlington terrier.A Welsh terrier.A wire-haired fox terrier.
It's a Bedlington terrier!
These dogs hail from Bedlington, Northumberland, and were originally bred as hunting dogs.
Hunting.Fetching game.Vermin control.
Saluki were bred for hunting!
Salukis were originally bred in the Middle East. They are "sight hounds", and their powerful eyes can spot the slightest movement of prey over a great distance. They are one of the fastest dogs in the world, reaching speeds of over 40mph. They would hunt for animals like hares in the desert, with their owners following on horseback.
They use it to "kiss" other dogs.To help them smell things.Dogs sweat through their noses.
It's to help them smell things!
Dogs' moist noses absorb scent chemicals and allow them to "smell" much more than humans can.
It's true! Not all dogs can bark.
Basenjis, which are a breed of African hunting dogs, can't bark. They kind of yodel instead.
Dogs almost always poo directly above a water source.Dogs almost always poo facing north.There is literally nothing special about a dog pooing.
Dogs almost always poo facing north!
Scientists have discovered that dogs align themselves with the earth's magnetic field when they poo. So if you get lost with your dog, you can use it as a compass.
The cheetah obviouslyThe greyhound obviously
The greyhound would win!
Cheetahs are the fastest animal on earth, reaching speeds of up to 70mph. But they can't run at that speed for more than 274 meters. Greyhounds are the second fastest land mammal, reaching speeds of up to 45mph – but they're also great distance runners. A greyhound could comfortably run at 35mph over seven miles.