Our Canine Friends Are Lifesavers Sometimes

Our Canine Friends Are Lifesavers Sometimes

Our furry buddies are just wonderful.

Some border collies’ owners claim that their dogs can understand hundreds of words.

They don’t truly understand any language, but they learn to know a verbal sound plus neighbor it with a job or a command. One language that dogs have come to know well is human body language. When “Rover” stares at you, he’s looking for a signal that you are about to feed them or take them outside. It’s no wonder that people own dogs for really good reasons. They can be great to play with, provide companionship while I was in lonely times, plus protect the house. There are some downsides to dog ownership, and vet bills plus rugs or sheets ruined in the “potty training” stage are several examples. Another big downside is that having a dog means pet dander plus fur will result in frequent Heating as well as A/C filter change-ups or replacements. If Rover decides that a great site to pee is in the outdoor A/C condenser unit, then expect to find some rusted or worn out metal inside the unit if it is not rinsed off the same day. Since dogs do not talk plus their eyesight is moderate, they make the best of their hearing, which is about multiple times better than human hearing. More vital to their lives than hearing is their keen sense of smell that is thousands of times better than human ability to smell. This can be a lifesaver if the dog can alert the homeowner of even tiny little gas leaks coming from a leaky Heating as well as A/C oil furnace or any other bizarre smells than Heating as well as A/C units emanating from the HVAC if they are not properly ran tests on. Perhaps you can train your dog to bring you your smartphone when it is time to call to have your semi-annual heating and cooling tune up.

 

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