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You use ear protection? what about that poor dog who here's 1000 times better than you? how considerate.
If you knew ANYTHING about grooming, you would know a dog would NEVER let any type of "ear protection" to stay on. Idiot. As for the guy wearing ear protection, he is just a wuss. Plus the noise isn't THAT bad.
FUCK OFF BITCH. Whats your problem?
I wasnt asking you or anyone else about this was I? No i wasnt. That has nothing to do with knowing about grooming, that would be knowing about dogs whether or not they let you put shit on their ears, And if you knew ANYTHING about grooming you would know a dog doesnt have to have this kind of indoor wash luxury. They could do just fine with a simple outdoor bath and dry off naturally. Im sure idiots like you probably put tu tu's on yor dog.
well well, who is being so rude nightwish? In response for everyone, I am a dog trainer, and sometimes help out some groomers I know (as well as owning dogs that need bathing alot). We use just some cotton balls in the ears, to make the noise more bareable, as well as the added plus of keeping the water out, so they are easier to clean. And, the noise is that bad if you work with it everyday, infacy hearing lose is common in groomers because of the amount of noise they deal with.
Thank you now, I don't have this stinky wet thing around the house.
The dog needs his ears protected if its too loud for human.
he's so black and cute 😀
The frequency range of dog hearing is approximately 40 Hz to 60,000 Hz, which means that dogs can detect sounds far beyond the upper limit of the human auditory spectrum.
In humans the maximum range of audible frequencies normally lies between 16 Hz and 16,384 Hz (16.384 kHz).
So does mine! My dog is a minature poodle and he jumps out of the bath when im not looking.
That blower is ridiculous.. If you want to get bitten by a nervous dog, I'm thinking that's the perfect way to accomplish that.
the guy gets ear protection but not the dog ? o.e " rip off
use a blowdryer!
Man, I wish my dog was this calm.
My dog is a rebel when it comes to bathing/drying him. -.-
Here's a thought. The reason you need ear protection and the dog doesn't is that the groomer is exposed to the sound for several hours every day. Its the same reason bartenders need earplugs, but their customers don't. One session is not going to hurt the dog's ears permanently even if they're groomed every couple of weeks. Besides, have you ever tried to put earplugs in a dog's ears?
throw em in the dryer
Um whats on the wall?
Dogs have extraordinary hearing. If dryer is too loud for human ears, it's certainly too loud for Fido!
What about ear protection for the dog!!!!
This guys a moron
Why the hell am i here
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