Noise Dogs Hate
Would you like to know the noise dogs hate? If yes, read on
Just like humans, dogs also have misophonia – “hatred for sounds.” which can most times be seen as Noise phobia.
Noise phobia is the fear of a certain noise or sound.
Whenever these sound(s) are made, the dog is usually under anxiety. – this type oF anxiety is called Dog noise anxiety.
Signs and Symptoms of Dog Noise Phobia
The signs and symptoms of noise anxiety in dogs may include:
- Urinating or defecating
- They try to jump out of the window or otherwise escape
- Seeking out the owner
- Trembling, etc.
There are certain sounds when made, can trigger negative emotions and physical reactions.
In my years of training, breeding, and taking care of dogs, I’ve discovered that there are certain sounds when made that have the capacity to produce a negative response.
Whenever they hear an unpleasant sound, the ” amygdala” heightens the perception of the sound. – this heightened perception is known to cause distressing emotions associated with unpleasantness
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As we all know, a dog’s ear is more sensitive than that of a human’s ear.
Dogs are known for their excellent sniffing ability – the sense of smell, but when it comes to hearing, they are exceptional and are also known to possess sharp ears too.
When Compared humans, a dog’s hearing range is approximately twice as broad or wide.
A Dog’s capacity to detect sounds between 67-45,000 Hz, while humans can detect sounds between 64-23,000.
When certain sounds are being tuned to a higher frequency, one greater than that of the dog’s hearing range – frequencies above 36,000 hertz can be painful to dogs; the sounds can cause dog irritation and discomfort. – Thereby leading to whining or barking.
A dog’s ability to hear can be damaged due to prolonged exposure to loud noises beyond their normal hearing frequency – just like human hearing.
List of Noise Dogs Hate
According to my finding, the most unpleasant sounds known to dogs are:
- Ambulance Siren
- Metal Whining and Screeching
- Police Siren
- Telephone Ringing
- Fire Alarm
- Beep Beep Sound
- Cat Meow
- Sawing Wood
- Car Horn
- Piercing Sound
- Thunder and lightening
- High-Frequency Sounds
- Howls and Growls
- Other Dog Bark