Many individuals believe that their canine pets can predict events. Dogs have extraordinary senses that allow them to detect things that humans cannot.
Dogs are superb body language readers, detecting whether humans are happy or unhappy. They evolved the ability to read our emotions as they rely on an emotional relationship.
Changes in hormone levels or changes in lifestyle, such as a new habit or rearranged house, might alert dogs to a woman's pregnancy.
Dogs can detect seizures in a variety of ways, including smelling substances during hypoglycemic seizures and detecting stress and behavioural changes.
Dogs can detect impending storms by perceiving changes in barometric pressure, rising humidity levels, ozone concentration fluctuations and static electricity.
Sniffing out chemical substances in patients' blood or breath, dogs can identify several types of cancer. Their precision, however, is not perfect.
Dogs have been observed acting strangely before earthquakes, presumably as a result of hearing or feeling seismic activity through their paws.
Dogs, who have a sense of smell 100,000 times better than ours, may be able to detect spirits if they have a distinct aroma.