1: Myth 1 - Dogs only see in black and white. False! Dogs can see some color.

2: Myth 2 - A dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's. Not true, dog mouths are full of bacteria.

3: Myth 3 - Dogs age seven years for every human year. This is a misconception, dog aging varies by breed.

4: Myth 4 - A wagging tail means a happy dog. Tail wagging can indicate a range of emotions.

5: Myth 5 - One dog year equals seven human years. Age conversion is more complex than a simple ratio.

6: Myth 6 - You can't teach an old dog new tricks. Dogs of any age can learn new behaviors.

7: Myth 7 - Dogs' mouths heal quickly due to saliva. Dogs' saliva does not have magical healing properties.

8: Myth 8 - Some dog breeds are hypoallergenic. No breed is completely allergy-free.

9: Myth 9 - Dogs eat grass when they're sick. Dogs may eat grass for various reasons, not just illness.