Dogs only see in black and white is a myth, they can see some colors.
Dogs don't sweat through their skin, they release heat through their paw pads and by panting.
The idea that a dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's is a myth, as dogs' mouths are full of bacteria.
Despite what most people think, not all canines are able to swim.
The myth that all dogs love bones can be harmful, as cooked bones can splinter and harm a dog's digestive system.
A wagging tail doesn't always mean a happy dog; it can also indicate nervousness or aggression.
It's not true that you can't teach an old dog new tricks, as dogs can learn at any age.
The belief that dogs age 7 years for every human year is a myth; it varies by breed and size.
Not all dogs are good with kids, and it's important to choose a dog breed that fits your family's lifestyle.