How Our Pets Perceive the World Is Different than How We Perceive

How Our Pets Perceive the World Is Different than How We Perceive
Why might your own dog bark at you, or your cat hollar at you, even piddle, when you come home?

Veterinary technician Ginny Price talks about how we perceive things...and about how our pets perceive things - not always the same...sometimes there's a communication gap.

Listen HERE to my conversation Ginny on Steve Dale's Pet World.

For example, why do some dogs perceive people in hats differently, and might be fearful....It has to do with a pet thinking your head is in a funny shape. Is that really possible?

Why do some veterinary professionals need to change clothes before they come home?

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  • Or an easier one--why do dogs and birds freak when they see themselves in a mirror?

  • Well, actually, most dogs, cats, birds don't freak.....Many birds seem to enjoy it. Some do freak. As for dogs and cats, they realize (since the image has a 'neutral smell' - it's not something that's living)

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