reason why do dogs love to stick their heads out of car windows
March 15, 2008 11:58pm CST
okay, i just read it from some articles and its really surprising ly to know it caused their behavious as just like human. 1. The sensation of a brisk wind against your face carrying with it scents and fast-moving sights is appealing to many humans. So imagine speeding against the wind with the ability to sniff up to a million times better and to perceive movement at a much quicker pace. For a dog, sticking its head out a moving car must be an all-around sense-sensation the magnitude of which we olfactory-challenged humans can only imagine! 2. Everyone wants a better view. Dogs are no different. it makes sense, right? 3. Dogs sense what every teen instinctively knows: it's inherently cooler to travel on wheels than by foot. and thats explained why do they love to stick their heads out of car windows
19 Mar 08
This is very true. I see so many dogs with their heads pout the car windows. Many of them just love it. The other day there was this small dog standing at the car window with a ball in his mouth. It looked so funny, just like he wanted to jump out the window & play ball.
16 Mar 08
Unfortunately for me, my dog is not accustomed to traveling by wheels. The last time I took her to the vet, she threw up all over me and the backseat of the car. Poor dad had to clean it. My friend advised me to familiarize my dog with the vehicle even if it's just parked in the garage. I wouldn't want her to miss out on all those scent-sation :)
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16 Mar 08
When my dogs have their heads out the window you can see those noses twitching like crazy. I know they're trying to pick up the scents. Anytime we get near a beach they start to go crazy, even before we stop or they see the water. I think they can smell when we're getting close.