Arthur came to us anxious and with a neck injury. He sleeps around 20 hours a day, and his back legs are going. But he knows how to make a smell at the most opportune times; just as we are about to sit down for a meal, or watch a film with family. But I wouldn’t have him any other way. Smells and all.Jane DoddsHay-on-Wye, Powys I could fully relate to Chitra Ramaswamy about her elderly staffie. We are on our third, and all have been rescue dogs. Lewis also sports a very grey muzzle, his legs are rigid and he skates on the hard floor. Staffies are the most lovable, misunderstood dogs. Adopt one and give it a happy home.Linda TheobaldLondon
Did you hear that? Sound frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz). The higher the Hertz, the higher-pitched the sound. Dogs hear best at 8,000 Hz, while humans hear best at around 2,000 Hz.