My dog is afraid of loud noises!
Dog noise phobias are relatively common and can be a source of great distress for you and your pet. If your dog is very anxious with loud noises, some early intervention can stop the problem getting worse and generalising to other situations. When young children hear a scary noise at night, they often run to their parents. The response is usually something like, “Don’t worry, it was just thunder.” Or, “It was just a noise, nothing to be frightened of.” Unfortunately for a dog that is afraid of noise, no amount of explaining or consoling will help. Noise Anxiety is a very common problem for dogs across the country. The estimates vary, but somewhere between 5 million and 15 million dogs suffer from noise anxiety severe enough for their owners to seek help.
Dog's hearing protection muffs.
Doggy Friends dog’s hearingprotection were specifically engineered to meet the contour of a dog's head to provide the best passive sound reduction possible.
A dog's hearing is much more sensitive than ours. It makes sense that if you are wearing hearing protection, so should he.
Some dogs react to noise phobias by freezing and withdrawing, while others respond by crashing through windows or chewing through restraints or enclosures. While the former behavior may seem less extreme, the fact is both reactions indicate profound suffering and damage to nerve cells.
The symptoms of noise phobia and separation anxiety are similar and include:
• Excessive panting and/or salivation
• Trembling and pacing, or freezing in place
• Uncontrolled urination/defecation
• Destructive behaviors
• Hiding or escape
Your dog’s second keenest sense is hearing. Protect his hearing from loud sounds and keep him calm around hard scary sounds with Doggy Friends.
•Comfortable and lightweight with adjustable straps for optimum fit. Specially designed, wide, foam-filled ear seals for maximum comfort. Engineered specifically to meet the contour of a dog’s head.
•Use your Doggy Friends Dog's hearing protection muffs:
◦To reduce noises such as thunderstorms, fireworks, barking dogs, crying children, construction and others that may upset or frighten your dog.
◦To protect your dog’s hearing in all types of noisy environments.
•Note: Dogs should always be supervised while wearing Doggy Friends dog’s hearingprotection. Please be extra careful outdoors, or in any situation where the inability to hear all sounds might present a safety risk.
Hearing protection / muffs for dog's.