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Tag Archives: smell
Maggie could win gold in any Olympic sniffathon, and taking her for a walk can be slow and laborious as she has to find the exact blade of grass of the exact length before she graces it with a pee … Continue reading
There are times when we come back to the boat after our afternoon walk and on opening the hatch are welcomed by the smell of whatever I’d cooked for dinner. Now this can range from rosemary used in cooking my … Continue reading
Does a certain smell evoke a particular memory for you? Does it bring someone to the forefront of your mind? Does it trigger a fear or something unpleasant? In the 1946 film ‘A Matter of Life and Death’, David Niven’s … Continue reading
My sense of smell is pretty acute, though obviously from a dog’s point of view it’s actually pathetic. However, I am sure most of us have had an encounter of the smelly kind and in some instances have found it … Continue reading
The morning was bright, if not chilly first thing, and I got up early to walk her ladyship whilst Hubby was working on his blog. It was just after 7am as we walked down the Avenue, though I’m not sure … Continue reading
I walked Maggie along the Avenue this morning, and for once did not encounter a single dog walker. People were waiting at the bus stop, and a guy passed me on his mobility scooter (could be an interesting race that, … Continue reading
Have you ever watched a dog sniffing the ground? I mean, really watched? Source: Understanding a dog’s sense of smell (for Dummies) Table: Scent-Detecting Cells in People and Dog Breeds Species Number of Scent Receptors Humans 5 million Dachshund 125 … Continue reading
So there you have it, my take on the five senses, Touch, Sight, Taste, Smell, and Hearing. In writing these, I have learned something more about myself and my view of life. I had once thought that if I lost … Continue reading