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A puppy is a juvenile dog. Some puppies can weigh 1-1.5 kg (1-3 lb), while larger ones can weigh up to 7–11 kg (15-23 lb). And all healthy puppies grow quickly after birth. So a puppy’s coat color may change as the puppy grows older, and as is commonly seen in breeds such as the Yorkshire Terrier. But in vernacular English, puppy refers specifically to dogs, while pup may often be used for other mammals such as seals, giraffes, guinea pigs, or even rats or sharks.
So everyone loves puppies, we know. And it’s scientifically proven that they’re heart-meltingly cute. But there’s more to the little fur babies than just those adorable puppy eyes.
The Word Puppy Has French Roots
Etymologists think the term puppy may come from poupeé, a French word meaning doll or toy. So the word puppy doesn’t appear to have entered the English language until the late 16th century—before that, English-speakers called baby dogs whelps. And William Shakespeare’s King John, believed to be written in the 1590s, is one of the earliest known works to use the (super cute) term puppy-dog.
Puppies Evolved to be Blind an Deaf at Birth
Puppies are functionally blind and deaf at birth. And on day one, their eyes are firmly shut and their ear canals closed. Why? In brief, it’s part of an evolutionary trade-off. Since pregnancy can hurt a carnivore’s ability to chase down food, dogs evolved to have short gestation periods. So brief pregnancies meant that canine mothers wouldn’t need to take prolonged breaks from hunting. But 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.
Puppies have Baby Teeth, Too
So like many newborn mammals, puppies are born completely toothless. And at 2 to 4 weeks of age, a puppy’s 28 baby teeth will start to come in. But 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.
Puppies Take a Lot of Naps
Although, like children, puppies need a lot of sleep—up to 15 to 20 hours of it a day. So 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. And puppy owners should also establish a designated sleeping space on their pup’s behalf so they can snooze undisturbed.
Certain Breeds are usually born by C-section
Purebred dogs can exhibit some extreme bodily proportions, and which doesn’t always make for easy births. But breeds with atypically large heads are more likely to be born by C-section than those with smaller skulls. So a 2010 survey of 22,005 individual dog litters in the UK found that terriers, bulldogs, and French bulldogs had Caesarian births more than 80 percent of the time. Also, the other breeds with the highest rates of C-sections were Scottish terriers, miniature bull terriers, Dandie Dinmont terriers, mastiffs, German wirehaired pointers, Clumber spaniels, and Pekingeses, according to the study.
Some Breeds Have Bigger Litters Than Others
So as a general rule, smaller breeds tend to have smaller litters, while bigger dogs give birth to more puppies. But 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, UK in 2004. And in rare cases, very small dogs do give birth to relatively large litters, though. So 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.
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