Posts and tweets about fun pet facts

Posts and tweets about fun pet facts

Use your social media network to make sure pet owners know about all these holiday hazards with these tweets and posts.
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Oct 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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Did you know that secondhand smoke can increase the risk two cancers in #cats? Lymphoma and oral carcinoma.

Unscented clumping litter is recommended and preferred by most cats. Come in and we can chat about litter today!


#Cats have more than 100 vocal sounds, while #dogs have about 10. Who’s louder in your home?

Dogs have about 100 different facial expressions and most of them are made with the ears. What do you call your favorite pet expression?


A #cat's tongue is scratchy because it's lined with papillae—tiny elevated backwards hooks that help your cat groom itself #themoreyouknow

Did you know that dogs can sweat from the bottom of their feet? Weird, right?


Did you know that the external ear on #cats and #dogs is called the "pinna," derived from the Latin word for "feather" or "wing."

Look at the pad at the back of your cat's lower leg. It is thought that the "carpal pad" could act like a skidpad and protect their paws during rapid deceleration.


Fun fact: #Cats are biologically incapable of going vegetarian and they can't taste sweets.

Did you know that the number of bones in a cat’s body depends on the length of its tail length?


Unscented clumping litter is recommended and preferred by most #cats. Come in and we can chat about litter today!

Did you know that secondhand smoke can increase the risk two cancers in cats? Lymphoma and oral carcinoma.


#Dogs have about 100 different facial expressions and most of them are made with the ears. What do you call your favorite pet expression?

Cats have more than 100 vocal sounds, while dogs have about 10. Who’s louder in your home?


Did you know that #dogs can sweat from the bottom of their feet? Weird, right?

A cat's tongue is scratchy because it's lined with papillae—tiny elevated backwards hooks that help your cat groom itself. Isn't that cool?


It is thought that the "carpal pad" at the back of your #cat's lower leg could act like a skidpad during rapid deceleration.

Did you know that the external ear on cats and dogs is called the "pinna," derived from the Latin word for "feather" or "wing."


Did you know that the number of bones in a #cat's body depends on the length of its tail length?

Fun fact: Cats are biologically incapable of going vegetarian and they can't taste sweets.


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