dogs sniff people to become acquainted with them, one sniff can tell a dog a lot about the person that the dog sniffs.
Dogs sniff all the time because that is how they learn about what is going on around them. They sniff for food, they sniff to find out where their humans are, they sniff other dogs to learn about them.
Not all dogs sniff out drugs. The dogs that do sniff out drugs have been specially trained to do so. The reason that dogs are used to sniff out drugs is because of their great sense of smell.
dogs sniff but because they need to see if the dog /human is friendly
Dogs sniff as a way to identify - other animals, other dogs, and people. A dog's sense of smell is as sensitive as their sense of hearing - it is a way for them to communicate and to know who is around.
Dogs help people to sniff out drugs or dead bodies they also help people by guarding their houses etc.
Dogs sniff each others butts because it is their way of saying hello
One reason is that they sniff out people and bark at a criminal;
they help sniff out drugs, alcohol, bombs, and/or missing people.
Yes, all dogs sniff and smell everything. This is how they learn. It is natural for dogs. This is how they remember how to find there way back home if they get out of the yard. They always smell their food before eating it. Dogs smell people too.
they sniff it
Just about everything.
Dogs have to sniff, they sniff the ground to see where they can pee or poo or they sniff they're food. There are loads of reasons.
They are taught to sniff out drugs, bombs and dead people,alsp they are taught to smell for people who are missing.
to sniff butts
Well if drug dogs are trained to sniff out dip they can but most if the time they are just trained to sniff out drugs.
Most people are probably aware of dogs being used to detect explosives, but dogs are also used to sniff out illicit drugs and agricultural contraband.
its a dogs way of being polite and saying"hi!"
Yes, police dogs can be trained to sniff out weapons. They can also be used for other search tasks, such as drugs, money, people, explosives, plants, etc. Dogs can be trained to sniff out virtually anything due to their very sensitive sense of smell.
It's how they greet you. It's how they say hello. It doesn't work that well for people though.
They use their sensitive noses.
people sniff crack, flowers, perfumes, food, etc...