A little dog devotes his sense of smell to his passion for flowers

A dog’s sense of smell is their most developed sense. They generally use it to smell the scent of fellow animals, other animals or even food. Finn, an endearing young dog, prefers to use it to sniff flowers.

Finnish is an adorable 2-year-old dog from a cross between a Brussels Griffon and a Pekingese. From an early age, when he was still just a puppy, he showed a particular attachment to an activity that was unexpected to say the least. In effect, Finnish loves nothing more in the world than to smell the sweet fragrance of flowers. His teacher, Sarah Gererswas amazed and then completely under the spell of this little romantic being. “He was totally fascinated by my father’s garden of zinnias. He just sat there and sniffed them without trying to bite them.a declared Sarah a The Dodo.

Illustration of the article: A small dog devotes his sense of smell to his passion for flowers
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All flowers please him and attract his attention. During walks, Finnish stops when he sees one and sniffs it. However, Finnish has its preferences. The ones he particularly likes are pansies. Fortunately, they are not toxic to animals. Certain plants can indeed be dangerous, such as the tulip, the lily of the valley, the anemone or the hydrangea. The owner therefore remains extremely vigilant.

When there are no flowers outside due to the season, the little dog always finds a way to satisfy his sense of smell. For example, he happily climbs on the coffee table in the living room to sniff the bouquet on it. “I also caught him trying to sniff artificial flowers in a store”entrust Sarah.

Finnish makes the happiness of his family who have a lot of fun with his original character trait. Sarah explains that he is also a dog very attached to his masters and that he shows a lot of affection: “He curls up under the covers with his father to sleep and follows me wherever I go”.

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Illustration of the article: A small dog devotes his sense of smell to his passion for flowers
Sarah Geers/Facebook

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