Funniest Questions People Googled About Their Dogs
For many dog owners, you end up learning on the job, especially if you’ve never owned a dog before.
So naturally, Google becomes your best friend and you rely on it to answer all of your questions, big or small.
Argent.co.uk analyzed what we searched on Google about our pets. Below is a list of the funniest questions people have asked about dogs and how many times they’ve been searched over a year:
Can dogs see in the dark? – 50,600
Why is my dog looking at me? – 47,300
Can dogs eat olives? – 42,900
Can dogs eat baked beans? – 41,900
Do dogs have navels? – 38,900
Can Dogs Drink Tea? – 32,000
Can dogs see ghosts? – 28,300
Why do dogs chase their tails? – 27,000
Why is my dog eating poop? – 22,900
Why does my dog smell of fish? – 14 940
Here are the answers to some of the questions:
Why is my dog looking at me?
Dogs look at us for many reasons, such as expressing affection or confusion, if they want something or when they read our body language.
Can dogs see ghosts?
Dogs’ senses are heightened, so they can see, smell and hear much more than we can. If ghosts were real, they would be among the first to know.
Why do dogs chase their tails?
Most of the time, dogs are having fun and having fun. Make sure they have their own toys to play with and that they are taken for daily walks. Other reasons include fleas or ticks and even potential medical problems.
Why is my dog eating poop?
Dogs and their poop are often a hot topic, with a plethora of other issues surrounding it.
You can Find out what your dog’s poop is telling you by clicking here.
Salman Haqqi, animal insurance expert at argent.co.uk , said, “Man’s best friend always entertains us with his funny and cute ways, but some of these quirks are just weird.
“British quintessential questions like ‘Can dogs eat baked beans? “And” drink tea? Have high annual search results due to importance in British culture, and possibly frequency of occurrence.
“Another popular question among the British is why their adorable dogs eat feces. It may turn humans off to see it, but for our pets, it allows them to understand the marker (as well as appreciate the taste), much the same as when they sniff their butt.