A survey of 2,000 dog and cat owners found that 92% still believe Common Myths about their pets. Some of these myths include thinking that a wagging tail always means happiness, a cold wet nose signifies good health in dogs, and cats can see in complete darkness. The survey also revealed that 70% of pet owners feed their pets human food, with dog owners being more likely to do so than cat owners. It also highlighted that many pet owners lack knowledge about raw diets for their pets, which can provide various health benefits.
The post The Most Common Myths About Cats and Dogs Revealed in New Poll–and Whether They’re True appeared first on Balanced News Summary.