You may have seen the fascinating news that dogs are being trained to detect COVID-19 but why is it that dogs are so good at sniffing out diseases and what makes their noses so powerful? #wednesdaywisdom
Knowledge is power… The National RSPCA recently put out an interesting blog written by a dog welfare expert, surrounding dogs incredible sense of smell and how they might be able to aid us in the fight against Coronavirus. It’s a worthwhile read so we encourage you to learn something new today! Click HERE for instant access
Madeleine HallYou may have seen the fascinating news that dogs are being trained to detect COVID-19 but why is it that dogs are so good at sniffing out diseases and what makes their noses so powerful? #wednesdaywisdom
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