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Very cowardly dog!

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HelgatheHairy Thu 11-Jul-13 13:30:24

Well it's not the noise as he's still freaked out by it when it's turned off. I was curious to see what would happen this morning. Normally Dog comes up on the bed with me while DH is in the shower/getting dressed for work but he stayed in the hallway. Then when he comes in to wake me he normally comes to my side of the bed and licks whatever part he can reach. This morning he came in, went to DHs side of the bed and whined. When I looked over all I could see we're his eyes above the duvet! This might take a while!

Floralnomad Wed 10-Jul-13 22:36:51

Dogs are just mad , my dog is petrified of vacuum cleaners ( normal ,cordless and handheld) and is also freaked out by remote control lorries however last weekend he refused to move whilst my husband was mowing the lawn and he literally mowed over him . No logic to it at all , he loves fans ( tower or pedestal) .

Vibbe Wed 10-Jul-13 22:18:31

He'll probably get used to it.
Our dog didn't like it in the beginning, and now, she loves lying in front of it so she gets a bit of cool wind in her fur.

HelgatheHairy Wed 10-Jul-13 19:59:56

Maybe- it's actually not that loud - to human ears anyway.

MrsFrederickWentworth Wed 10-Jul-13 19:49:08

It has probably got a high pitched resonance we can't hear. Ddog went mad by.lift in Sunday.

HelgatheHairy Wed 10-Jul-13 19:46:20

Bought a fan today, just a normal pedestal one as I'm 36+3 and melting. Set it up by the bed and Ddog hasn't stopped whining! He doesn't like the vacuum cleaner but doesn't mind the hair dryer but he seems to have decided the fan is terrifying! He won't even stay by the bedroom door, he just runs past! Thing is, I think he'd love it, especially in this weather. Coward.

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