Imagine you leave to run some errands and come home only to find that your dog got to some valuables in your room. You thought your dog was well-behaved, but it looks like you need to start blocking off your stairs.
While there are a lot of similarities between canines and humans, there’s also a lot of differences. Dogs, for example, don’t have to worry about Lyme Disease nearly as much as humans do because they produce their own vitamin C every day. But what about reproduction and menstrual cycles in dogs? Do dogs and humans share anything in common or do the differences outweigh the similarities? That’s what we’re going to discuss in this post.