19 False Dog Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

Dogs, often called man's best friend, have been companions to humans for thousands of years.  

It's a common belief that dogs are colorblind and only see in shades of gray.  

However, dogs do see colors, although not as vividly as humans. They perceive the world primarily in shades of blue and yellow. 

While a wagging tail can indicate happiness, it can also signify anxiety, agitation, or even aggression.  

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Dogs might eat grass for various reasons, including boredom, seeking fiber, or simply because they like the taste.  

This myth likely arises from the observation that dogs heal quickly from injuries, but it’s not accurate.  

Older dogs can learn new behaviors and commands, though it might take a bit more patience and persistence. 

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