Do Dogs Have Taste Buds?


Dogs have taste buds which are clustered around the tip of the tongue. The sense of taste and smell in a dog are closely linked and it is probable that they gain more information about food from its smell than from its taste. They can detect bitter, sweet, salty and sour tastes. However, their sense of taste is relatively poor and is only one-sixth the number of taste buds in humans.
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