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Whiskers or vibrissae are a type of mammalian hair that are typically characterised, .... Animals that do not whisk, but have motile whiskers, presumably also gain some advantage from the investment...

Why Do Dogs Have Whiskers? | Psychology Today

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Sep 9, 2011 ... Dog's whiskers help compensate for their poor near vision and allow ... Vibrissae are found in a variety of other animals including cats, rats, ...

Why do cats have whiskers? - Animals - HowStuffWorks

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Also known as "tactile hairs" or vibrissae, whiskers are the long, thick, flexible hairs on a cat's face. These hairs are located in horizontal rows on the whisker pad, ...

Why Do Cats Have Whiskers? | petMD

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You may be also able to see shorter whiskers above each of the eyes (kind of like eyebrows). But did you know that cats also have whiskers on their jaw line and ...

How do whiskers work? | Discover Wildlife

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Jun 27, 2012 ... Find out why animals have whiskers and how they work.

Why Whiskers: What Purpose Do Whiskers Serve In Mammals? | A ...

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Jun 11, 2007 ... Sure your cat's whiskers are cute but do they serve a more practical purpose? ... such as house cats, have less obvious whiskers above their eyes, and ... An animal such as a mouse needs to navigate small corridors in, say, ...

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Apr 29, 2014 ... All mammals except humans and monotremes have whiskers! They primarily help animals navigate, and decide if certain spaces are too small for them to ... what should i do if i accidentaly cut my cats whiskers on one side?

What Purpose Do the Whiskers of Dogs & Cats Serve? - Pets

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Cats have especially sensitive whiskers, which they can use to measure distance and sense vibrations in the air. In a darkened room, an animal's whiskers give ...

Cat Whiskers Vs. Dog Whiskers - Pets

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A note about cutting your pet's whiskers: Don't do it. Period. Cutting whiskers is more detrimental to cats than dogs, but both animals have negative responses to  ...

Pet subjects: can I cut my dog's whiskers? - Telegraph

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Aug 23, 2013 ... Animal expert Pete Wedderburn answers your questions. ... Also, whiskers do have a significant function, allowing dogs to investigate and ...

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Pet Facts: What Are Whiskers For? - Vetstreet

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May 23, 2012 ... Most cats have 12 whiskers that are arranged in four rows on either cheek, ... Why Do Cats and Dogs Have Them? ... The position of the whiskers can also clue you in to the mood of an animal. ... Do Cats Have a Sixth Sense?

What is the Purpose of Dog Whiskers? | CANIDAE®

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Jun 23, 2014 ... You know that your dog has whiskers, but do you know why? ... Like cats and other animals, dogs have whiskers that stick out from the sides of ...

Why Do Dogs Have Whiskers? - LiveScience

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Apr 14, 2014 ... For humans, touch is a sense most often associated with the fingers. But man's best friend, the dog, touches the world a different way — with his ...