Dogs Sticking Their Heads Out the Window

For those of us who travel frequently by car and like pets, it is the image of summer on the roads: dogs sticking their heads out the window.

Why do dogs stick their heads out the window of the car?

The main reason is for the multitude of olfactory stimuli they receive when they stick their heads out the window. For a dog, there is nothing more stimulating than the world of smells. The brain of the dog devotes a large part to smell. Your olfactory system receives information from more than 200 million olfactory cells that are found in the noses of dogs. In terms of numbers, we would say that the buts have a smell 100 thousand times more powerful than a man.
Is it advisable that they do so?

Dogs Sticking Their Heads Out the Window

First of all, it is advisable to follow these tips to travel with pets. If in spite of everything your dog decides to take his head out the window you must bear in mind that it can be dangerous.

It could jump through the window so you should adjust the window but remember to monitor with the controls to avoid damaging it in the upload process. If you get a lot of speed on the road you could receive impacts from particles or insects in the air that could damage your eyes, ears or nose. Another risk factor associated with speed is the frequency of sound produced by the wind that could affect your hearing.

Therefore, we recommend controlling your dogs if they stick their heads out the window of the car. That the fun does not have consequences now that you have more information. But above all do not get distracted from the steering wheel, in driving you always have to pay attention to the road.

The best videos of dogs sticking their heads out the window.
Here we offer a couple of videos that show our canine friends in action.

The first video is a collection of dogs sticking their heads out the window and the different expressions. They are very curious and even funny.

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