Why do dogs sniff each other?

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Some experts believed that dogs sniff each other as a manner of canine equivalent to the human handshake; a greeting ceremony. It usually indicates whether both dogs are ready to start out on friendly terms or not.
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Dogs have incredible sense of smell. They sniff each other to check out other dogs, to recognize ones they might have met before. They also like to check out the opposite sex.
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It's their way of showing that they care for each other's health.
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Dogs just like wolves gain lots of valuable information by scent (scent glads are situated under the tail). They can tell whether the dog is friend or foe, the sex, age, if a ****
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