Do Dog Whistles Hurt Dogs Ears?


No, dog whistles will not hurt a dogs ears in the long run; they are often used as a training device. However, the noise can be very irritating for some.
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Dog ears work basically the same way as human ears. They have the inner, middle and outer ear. Dogs can actually move one ear at a time to identify where the noise is coming from.
Dogs are very sensative to it so I think it might hurt their ears. But who knows maybe they could be singing :
The dog whistle (or Galton's whistle) was invented by the well-known scientist and researcher Francis Galton in the 1880s. At the time, Galton was conducting research on the sounds
Poor dog. You should get a whistle that will hurt your neighbor's ears, not the dog. It's their fault to not train their dog properly.
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