Do dogs have a sense of taste and why do they seem to have favourite flavours? Keep reading to find out!
Dogs' sense of taste
How does it compare to humans?
Can dogs taste water?
What about their sense of smell?
Dogs' sense of smell is incredibly more developed than humans'. Indeed, dogs have 125 million sensory glands in their nose as opposed to "only" 5 to 10 million glands in humans.
This strong sense of smell plays a big role in how dogs experience food and why they are so sensitive to food odours.
Just like humans, dogs have the ability to be drawn to certain flavours and odours. They might also really enjoy a certain flavour for a while then get tired of it!
Food for every dog
Here at MyPetsays we want to please every dog's taste buds, which is why we have a wide variety of recipes with several meat and fish options.
Our Freshtrusion™ technology ensures all of our fresh meat is gently cooked for maximum digestibility and optimal nutritional value. The slow cooking process also enhances the flavours, making the food even tastier for your dog!