Finn always seeks out another flower to sniff.
Dogs love to sniff – this pup named Finn believes that nothing smells good than flowers. According to Sarah Geers, Finn’s owner, the 2-year-old Pekingese-Brussels griffon mix develop a fondness for flowers since he was a puppy.
He was super fascinated by my father’s zinnia garden,” Geers said. “He would just sit there and sniff them — didn’t try to bite them or anything, just sniff. Finn is a gentle pup.”
Finn always finds ways to satisfy his smell and even if indoor plants attract him. “I will catch him jumping on our coffee table to sniff store-bought flowers,” Geers mentioned. “Sometimes even fake plants.”
What’s greater than flowers for Finn is his family. He loves curling up with his dad under the covers and following his mom everywhere.
Finn always seeks out another flower to sniff. “I will catch him trying to sniff the fake flowers when we are at HomeGoods,” Geers said. “He likes to ride in the cart, and he will pop his head out to sniff them as we walk through the aisle. He was also obsessed with my wedding flowers!”
His favorite among all flowers is pansies. These colorful flowers are nontoxic to dogs and quite tasty — Finn never thought of snacking his beloved blooms.
With a sense of smell 10,000 to 100,000 times that of the average human, we can only guess what amazing scents Finn is picking up from his flowers.