Sure,your dog can tell the time. Dogs similar like humans has kind of “internal” clock in the brain that co-ordinates all their 24-hour biological cycles. Scientists have found that dogs also measure time through changes in scent.Stronger smell indicates a more recent event and weaker smell means more time has passed.


Burying toys and sometimes even food is a common dog behaviour.Dogs often do this when they want to hide food for later. It is an old habit Inherited from wolfes.In a large group of wolves, the only way to save food is to bury it

If your dog is cache toys in the ground he is simply protecting his prey.That way he’s sure no one will take it away from him.

If your dog is burying things every day, it could be a sign of emotional distress.


Have you ever walked your dog for a toilet break and turned around to discover him chewing on a large portion of grass? Is this behaviour normal? What is your dog trying to tell you by displaying this behaviour?
First of all,your dog’s behaviour is completely normal.Almost all dogs eat grass. It is proven that around 80% dogs and 48% volves eat grass daily.It is not only natural but highly likely to be nutritional. When I take my dog outside I realised that not every grass is interesting for him. The type of grass your dog eats is called couch grass or dog grass.
Why they do that? No one knows for sure.There are many theories about it.
Grass can replenish missing nutrients. The chlorophyll pigment found in it can improve blood health, help fight infections and also aid digestion.Dogs this days can not choose their diet and very few dog foods include fresh green vegetables.
Some people believe that eating grass helps our dogs relax or is the result of boredom.Personally I am not a fan of this theory.Another suggests that it tickles the back of the throat and helps the dog to be sick if the need to bbe.

Some dogs will eat grass in the group,it is just sharing like chips so what if couch grass is just delicious? More research needs to be discovered to say why dogs eat grass.


Dogs communicate with the world around them in many different ways.One of the most important ways to communicate is through vocalization.Along with barking, growling and howling are extremely particularly important aspects in understanding how dogs communicate.
Sometimes excessive vocalization can be annoying, but it is never a good idea to punish your dog for trying to communicate his intentions.At best you will damage your dog’s ability to communicate. At worst, punishing your dog for growling may be the most dangerous move you have made.
Punishing a dog for growling may convince him to stop using his warning language and go straight to biting. The silent agressive dog is the most dangerous.

Personally, I would rather have my dog inform me to stay away by growling at me rather than going straight to biting.If your dog starts growling at you he is just trying to tell you that something you are doing is making him nervous or it is uncomfortable.
If a dog is constantly punished for growling, he will soon learn to suppress the warning language and move more to abusive language.Some dogs will also growl during play or when they are overexcited.
Dogs can howl from an early age and it is an important vocalization signal which should never be ignored.Dogs may howl when they are hungry, thirsty, bored,sore,stressed, or simply need to go outside .Howling is usually also  a social signal to gather others together or to establish territorial boundaries.