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Tumblr Thread: Dog Licks Doors Whenever He Wants To Go Out

"Dumb dogs are the best" is the way that this story begins, and though we would argue that all dogs are the best, there truly is something special about the silly dogs among them. Their silly habits are more endearing than anything else most of the times, and we love our doggos all the more for their shenanigans.

This tumblr story shows exactly that. It is the story of the dog who licks doors whenever he wants to go outside. Any door - from the bathroom door to the kitchen cabinet door. And that's the only way you ever know when he wants to go out. Haven't seen him in a while? He might be quietly standing with his tongue pressed against the shower door because maybe outside is through that one. 

tumblr thread about a dumb dog who licks doors whenever he wants to go outside thumbnail includes a picture of a dog licking a closet door and the text 'Now whenever he needs out, he will go to any random door and start licking it. And I mean any door - the bathroom door, my bedroom door, my closet, the goddamn door of a kitchen cabinet, even'
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Canadian Officials Warn People To Not Let Moose Lick Their Cars

Though the sign itself may seem funny, and it is, there's a serious reason behind why officials in Canada put it up. Salt it a snack that moose absolutely love, and apparently, they have realized that they can get it off our cars. 

"They're obsessed with salt, it's one of the things they need for the minerals in their body," a spokesman from Jasper National Park in Canada, Steve Young, told CNN. "They usually get it from salt lakes in the park, but now they realized they can also get road salt that splashes onto cars."

CNN reports that at the Jasper National Park, people often park their cars on the side of the road, hoping to get a look at the moose, but that actually letting the moose near the cars is very dangerous. If you allow moose to lick salt of your car, you run the risk of them becoming habituated with being around cars, and that's risky not only for the moose but for the drivers too. 

"Moose and cars are not a good mix. If you hit the moose with your car, you take the legs out from under it and it's going through your windshield," Young explained, adding that it is simply best to drive away when you see a moose approaching you. He also stressed that it's important to stay in your car and not interact with the wildlife, especially the moose, who will charge you if they feel threatened. 

"We've been seeing a lot more moose lately. The wolf population is decreasing, which means there's fewer predators and the moose population is going up as a result," Young said. "This also means people need to be respectful and give them space."

And though the wolf population in Canada is decreasing, you can read about 2 new gliders discovered in Australia and and watch an endangered black rhino being born in England.

story about a sign in that Canadians officials have put up that warns people not to let moose lick salt off their cars thumbnail includes two pictures of a sign standing up in the snow in the first picture it says 'DO NOT LET MOOSE' and in the second it finishes 'LICK YOUR CAR'
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Jackson Galaxy is back and this week he's asking the question, do cats lick us our of affection...or obsession?

Hmm...

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If you notice your cat is licking a lot and you can't work out why, you might grow concerned. In this AnimalWised video, they explain everything you need to know about why your cat is licking all the time. 

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