Living in South Florida, we are never too far away from the sound of thunder. It can be a very quiet sound if it happens way off in the middle of the everglades. It can also be a very scary thing if it happens right over our house. It even scares us and we know what it is and why it is occurring.
Now, let’s think about our dog for a moment. First, we need to understand that their hearing is far more sensitive than ours. When we whisper, they can clearly hear what we are saying. Now, let’s think about a thunder clapper over or near our house. Wow. That can be very loud and even hurtful to them. Along with that, they don’t understand what is going on and why it is occurring.
Posted by Bruce Edwards
on January 04, 2017 / Posted in Really Good Pet Food
One of the must universally bothersome things that dogs do is to run to the front door when someone wings the doorbell. After that, they often make a quick dash out the door and into the front yard when we try and open the door to greet our guest. As I stated, this is always annoying and can also be a very large safety hazard.
We are always asked “How do I get my dog back after he runs out the front door?” I have a very simple answer, “Don’t let him run out the front door”. The way to accomplish this is pretty simple and can be easily woven into your normal actions of greeting guests at the front door.