Sensory Perception: Whiskers are highly sensitive touch receptors embedded deep in a dog's body.

Spatial Awareness: Whiskers are located on different parts of a dog's body, including the face and muzzle.

Detecting Air Currents: Whiskers are sensitive to air currents, allowing dogs to sense the direction and speed of the wind.

Gauging Object Size: Whiskers can give dogs a sense of the size and shape of objects.

Night Vision: Dogs are crepuscular animals, meaning they are most active during dawn and dusk when light levels are low.

Emotional Expression: Whiskers can also indicate a dog's emotional state. When a dog is relaxed, its whiskers are usually pushed forward.

Communication: Dogs use their whiskers to communicate with other animals.