Here are some random facts about noise and pets:
Your dog may have a genetic predisposition for noise anxiety. ... In fact, a possible cause for noise anxiety in the first place is his/her owner's nervousness or fear of some kind of noise. Most dogs are very sensitive to their owners' moods.
We’ve never really thought about it, but with many of our clients, either one of the spouses or the other have more of a disposition to noise. However, noise anxiety can carry over to other family members, like, your pet.
Sometimes we do not think about ourselves in the case of listening to loud music, but maybe this little bit of news may cause you to think twice not only for yourself, but your pet.
Common sense will tell us that long exposure to loud noises can result in damage to your dog's ears, just as it can occur in humans. So, if you’re wondering if the stereo is too loud for their sensitive, magnificent ears, there's a good chance the answer is yes. Also, it may be too loud for your neighbors.
Medically speaking, in the general population, Hyperacusis may be caused by exposure to a loud noise, some medications, and a few medical conditions.
Misophonia is a separate kind of sound sensitivity—specifically, “selective sound sensitivity syndrome.” In Misophonia, someone has an intense dislike of a sound or group of sounds.
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