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Offline Jerryman

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Does a dog know the difference between Alpo and a T-Bone Steak?
« on: January 27, 2010, 10:10:08 pm »
Ive never tried to find out, and I dont have a dog right now.
Youd have to do several tests to make certain the dog didnt care what he ate. Maybe also with Pizza?
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Re: Does a dog know the difference between Alpo and a T-Bone Steak?
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2010, 04:20:47 am »
Ive never tried to find out, and I dont have a dog right now.
Youd have to do several tests to make certain the dog didnt care what he ate. Maybe also with Pizza?

Dogs have a finer sense of smell than us, and that translates to what they can taste too. For humans, generally our taste is better than our smell.

That is why dogs can distinguish what people food from dog food. Then can smell what is on our family diner table and it sure tastes much different to the processed pig product they wolf down.

If it's a snooty dog, they will refrain from eating anything but human food. Like my sisters Chiuaua/Pomeranian cross.
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