Canine noise aversion is defined as anxiety and fear based reaction to noise, which is also known as noise sensitivity, anxiety or phobia. The most common triggers of canine noise aversion are fireworks and thunderstorms. But other common, everyday sounds including construction noise, street sounds such as screaming sirens and honking horns, or the clamor of celebrations can also trigger noise aversion.
It's the dream of many a young person to one day grow up to be a firefighter — but this Dalmatian-mix pup just couldn't wait that long to be a firehouse dog.
It’s true that indoor cats are a safer bunch than their outdoor counterparts. Inside, there is little chance to be hit by a car (apart from your toddler’s toy truck), reduced risk of contracting contagious disease, and fewer animals to fight with. But how do we keep Sir Purrs-A-Lot from becoming a big, bored couch potato?
The Chicago White Sox held their annual "Bark at the Park" on Tuesday – a night in which fans are allowed to bring their dogs with them into U.S Cellular Field – only with a slight twist.
Dog owners often notice their pets watching televisions, computer screens and tablets. But what is going on in their pooch’s head? Indeed, by tracking their vision using similar methods used on humans, research has found that domestic dogs do prefer certain images and videos.
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