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Dogs Sense Human Hostility

Wednesday, April 7, 2021
posted by Jim Murphy

All dog and cat owners know that  our pets act differently toward us when they sense that we are sad. Many dogs slink away and sulk or even hide when their human parents argue.  If there is a major fight between two adults, this really takes it’s toll on our pets.  Dogs seem to recognize the hostility and don’t want to be around it.  You may think that the dog does not like loud voices but this isn’t the case. Even if  two adults are hostile to one another and don’t really raise their voices, the dog still does not want to be around it. How we act does affects our pets . A dog is able to project your feeling of disappointment or anger. My cat,  Molly, used to  try to comfort me by cuddling up more when I’m feeling frustrated or sad.

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