This Dog Was Supposed To Find His Owner In The Maze, But When He Entered, They Couldn’t Stop Laughing!!!
Winter and snow brings out the pup in most dogs. Stanley Coren, a scientist and Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia and expert in canine psychology, says the mind of a dog is very much like that of a two-year-old. He also explains dogs’ fascination with snow by stating that they love to manipulate their environment. Dogs enjoy playing in snow and piles of leaves just the way kids do. And while we prefer a hot cup of cocoa during cold season, our pets adore eating snow. Why? First of all, the crunchy texture is fun, second, dogs need to stay hydrated while romping in the snow. But, freshly fallen snow does not have as much water in it as you might think. It only contains about 5% water. That’s why it is important to let the dog drink time after time. And don’t let your pet consume a lot of snow, it can cause an intestinal upset, and then you will have to steam-clean the house.