The battle of the sexes is not limited to humans after all.
Some believe that the male dog is more affectionate and easier to train, while the female dog is more aggressive and protective of its owners and puppies.
Well, the truth is that when it comes to dogs and puppies there is no superior sex.
Are female dogs loyal?
One long-standing myth about dogs, is that female dogs tend to be more loyal than their male counterparts. This myth has passed down generations of dog breeders and dog lovers. And can be traced back as far as when dogs were wild and living in packs.
Are female dogs more territorial?
Male & Female Dogs: Personality Differences. Males can be more dominant, territorial, and easily distracted than female dogs. On the other hand, males can also be more playful, active, and independent. Dominance and territorial behavior can also be seen in unspayed females when they are in heat.
Are female dogs smarter than males?
But a new study finds that the brains of male and female canines are not the same — and in at least one task, the females have an edge. The researchers aren’t sure of the root cause of these doggie brain differences, but the study points to the need to take sex into account when trying to understand how animals think.
Do female dogs respond better to male owners?
Dogs may really be man’s best friend — at least if that can be measured by how often dogs approach their male owners, compared with their female owners. The closest relationships appear to be between neurotic men and their equally anxious male dogs, a new study finds. “The dog might seek reassurance.”
Can dogs be possessive of their owners?
A possessive dog is trying to dominate and control. He may claim his toys, food bowl, sleeping area or owner as his own. When a dog is showing possessive behavior he growls, snaps, whines or attacks another pet or person, he’s telling you he feels insecure, confused, and has a lack of confidence.
What is the proper name of a female dog?
Bitch, literally meaning a female dog, is a pejorative slang word for a person—usually a woman—who is belligerent, unreasonable, malicious, a control freak, rudely intrusive or aggressive. When applied to a man, bitch is a derogatory term for a subordinate.