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101 Myths

This is a new section we came up with, to explore the myths created by people all around the world from our personal experience, this will help owners who have heard certain rumors and wondering whether what they've heard is true, the things we list may seem funny and too hard to believe but we can assure you that there are actually people who believes them.

Note that all these cases that we have labeled "Myths" are just from our own views, experience and personal opinions, feel free to read through them if you feel comfortable with our ways of training and dogs knowledge, it may contain harsh views and criticism in this article. Do refrain from reading on if you find these contents disturbing/offensive.

Dog myth 01: Online materials are good enough to study about dogs
Dog myth 02: Dogs howl or bark into empty spaces because of spiritual beings
Dog myth 03: Trust internet users with high post count
Dog myth 04: Dogs tail are down to prevent other dogs from humping
Dog myth 05: It's alright to let dogs bark
Dog myth 06: Dogs will become obedient by themselves once they grow older
Dog myth 07: Dogs will be happier if they meet a new companion
Dog myth 08: My dog is portraying unwanted behaviors because of it's breed
Dog myth 09: My dog growls because it is just acting
Dog myth 10: Psychics can talk to my dog
Dog myth 11: It is okay to feed my dog human food once in awhile 
Dog myth 12: Shaving my poodle will help it grow nicer/curlier coat
Dog myth 13: It is okay for my dog to growl as long as it doesn't bite 
Dog myth 14: I can judge a dog's temperament based on its breed


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