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Puppies are a universal sign of cuteness that every person in the world understands.
Here are some cute facts about puppies that you probably don’t know:
1. THE WORD PUPPY HAS FRENCH ROOTS.
Etymologists believe that the term puppy comes from poupeé, a French word meaning doll or toy. The word puppy doesn’t appear in the English language until the late 16th century—before that, English-speakers called baby dogs whelps. William Shakespeare’s King John is one of the earliest known works to use the term puppy-dog (the 1950’s).
2. PUPPIES EVOLVED TO BE BLIND AND DEAF AT BIRTH.
Puppies are functionally blind and deaf at birth. On day one, their eyes are firmly shut and their ear canals closed. Why? In brief, it’s part of an evolutionary trade-off. However, because dog embryos spend such a short time in the womb (only two months or so), puppies aren’t born fully developed—and neither are their eyes or ears.
3. PUPPIES HAVE BABY TEETH, TOO.
Like many newborn mammals, puppies are born completely toothless. At 2 to 4 weeks of age, a puppy’s 28 baby teeth will start to come in. Around 12 to 16 weeks old, those baby teeth fall out, and by the time pups are 6 months old, they should be sporting a set of 42 adult teeth.
4. PUPPIES TAKE A LOT OF NAPS.
Like children, puppies need a lot of sleep—up to 15 to 20 hours of it a day. The American Kennel Club strongly advises dog owners to resist the urge to disturb napping puppies, because sleep is critical for a young canine’s developing brain, muscles, and immune system. Puppy owners should also establish a designated sleeping space on their pup’s behalf so they can snooze undisturbed.
5. CERTAIN BREEDS ARE USUALLY BORN BY C-SECTION.
Purebred dogs can exhibit some extreme bodily proportions, which doesn’t always make for easy births. Breeds with atypically large heads are more likely to be born by C-section than those with smaller skulls.
6. SOME BREEDS HAVE BIGGER LITTERS THAN OTHER.
As a general rule, smaller breeds tend to have smaller litters, while bigger dogs give birth to more puppies. The biggest litter on record was born to a Neapolitan mastiff that gave birth via Caesarian section to a batch of 24 puppies in Cambridgeshire, the UK in 2004. In rare cases, very small dogs do give birth to relatively large litters, though. In 2011, a Chihuahua living in the English town of Carlisle gave birth to a whopping 10 puppies—twice as many as expected. Each weighed less than 2.5 ounces.
7. SOME PUPPIES ARE BORN GREEN.
Sometimes, a puppy in a light-colored litter can be born green. On two different occasions in 2017, in fact, British dogs made the news for giving birth to green-tinted puppies. In rare cases, the fur of a light-haired puppy can get stained by biliverdin, a green pigment found in dog placentas. It’s not permanent, though. The green hue gradually disappears over the course of a few weeks.
8. PUPPIES DON’T FIND YOUR YAWNS CONTAGIOUS.
Ever notice that when somebody yawns, other people may follow suit? Contagious yawning, thought to be a sign of empathy, affects humans, baboons, chimps, and yes, dogs.
9. PUPPIES LIKE “BABY TALK” MORE THAN THEIR PARENTS DO.
Like humans, puppies seem to grow out of baby talk, recent research has found. As part of a 2017 study, 30 women were asked to look at assorted photographs of people and dogs and utter this pre-written line: “Hi! Hello cutie! Who’s a good boy? Come here! Good boy! Yes! Come here sweetie pie! What a good boy!” To the surprise of no one, the human test subjects spoke in a higher register while looking at dog pictures, especially puppy photos. Afterward, the researchers played the recordings for 10 adult pooches and 10 puppies. Almost all of the pups started barking and running toward the speaker when they heard the baby-talk recordings. In contrast, the grown dogs pretty much ignored the recordings altogether.
10. DALMATIAN PUPPIES ARE BORN SPOT-LESS.
Beloved by firefighters, Disney fans, and George Washington, Dalmatians arguably have the most recognizable coat of any dog breed. Or at least, full-grown Dalmatians do. As puppies, they’re born white and spot-less. The markings usually begin to show up after four weeks or so.
About the extension
Now back to why you are really here. This great extension is free and suitable for all ages. We have added cool features to this Puppies wallpaper extension, which will make your browsing experience more fun and adjusted and suitable for all your needs! This item is available in Chrome Store and just by clicking at the Add to Chrome button you will install the extension.
|Start customizing your browser according to your needs and enjoy the free widgets with all your favorite wallpapers and backgrounds. Many choices are upon you, so you will be able to pick your favorite wallpaper as a default one or you can leave all as it is by resetting the picks. This extension provides more than 200 Wallpapers because we change them all the time. Show/hide elements while playing with your browser and play some games while you are at it.
Local time and weather option
Puppies extension shows you the exact time and location wherever you are.
Bookmark your favorite website and quickly access recently seen and saved websites
Pick your favs
Click the heart button and choose which wallpapers and backgrounds you will see while browsing. If you like them all or decide to shuffle them again, just click on the ‘Reset Picks’ button. Actually, it is pretty simple: shuffle with our randomizer, or select your favorite wallpapers from many available within our extension. We will make sure to frequently update the extension with fresh new wallpapers and if you have suggestions, leave us a comment in the comment section.
Newsfeed and facts
These two separate options are popular among our users. We provide newsfeed, quotes, and facts similar to the topic you’ve installed. You can, of course, disable these in the settings and you can also click the ‘x’ sign and do it manually. If on the other hand, you get interested in some good news and amazing facts, we’ve got a lot. Also, feel free to share!
This is our favorite we have to say. There are many, many games, which you can play while you are browsing, for free of course!
Extension Features Category
This extension covers major categories similar to the topic and subject, following but not limited to:
Wallpapers and Backgrounds Puppies
Best Puppies Backgrounds
Amazing Dog Wallpapers
Best Dog Wallpapers and Backgrounds
Great Dog Wallpapers
Puppies Full HD Wallpaper
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