Dog Senses and Organs
Smell Sense in Dogs: The dog's smell is the most developed of all its senses and the one that it uses most frequently to identify the surroundings, those of its kind, people and other animals. The smell is associated with the dog's hearing and sight, which play a secondary role, which is just as important.
It is most probably thatuse their smelling abilities to locate and follow their owners, even when a long time has gone by, they can still locate their old and environment. It is also useful to follow track
Dog Sense of Sight: Even though we have heard thatsee in black and white, science has confirmed that they are capable of distinguishing colors and have a very sophisticated visual capacity; especially when it comes to night vision.
On the other hand, in some breeds where the nasal passage is long and narrow and the eyes are placed in a lateral position, the visual range of the dog is of 180 degrees, which is why they are capable of noticing any movement that happens around them, even when it happens hundreds of feet away. This explains why huntingtrust their eye sight to carry out their role, as much as their smell.
Dog Sense of Touch": The dog's skin has an erectile muscle, which is why in different circumstances the dog's hair gets prickly or sticks up. The animal is extraordinary sensitive to caressing and hitting, it is known that the touching and thermal sensations are rapidly carried through the skin to their brain; nevertheless, almost everything that has to do with their mechanism of transmission is unknown.
Dog's sense of Taste: This is the least studied of all the dog's senses. The number of taste buds that a dog has is inferior to ours and they have to use their sense of smell to see if thethey are about to taste is good or not. Dogs usually like foods with strong sweet or salty flavors, especially those that are prohibited to them.