Numerous canines, particularly young doggies, fear the clamor the vacuum cleaner or the hair dryer makes. Frequently, this does not convey uneasiness to the proprietors, since pooches show their dread by venturing aside and stowing away when a vacuum cleaner approaches it. What’s more, this response can appear as an exceptionally helpful one when cleaning, don’t you concur? It’s another issue when the canine encounters such and measure of dread that you can clearly observe it is enduring.
We are not looking at whimpering, trembling, and stowing away for hours. The adorable 10-month Labrador young doggie does not have those indications we were discussing. It surely is afraid by the weird looking noisy machine that his owner is dragging about the house, but the fear in him can rather be placed in the “fear of the unknown” category. It is simply too young to understand that in just a few months’ time, he will be dozing off peacefully ion the carpet and the owner would use the same vacuum to clean his coat and give him a bit of massage along the way. What a young, naïve pup! But, we all must admit that his reaction is priceless!
Not only that he found the perfect nook between the wall and the sofa as his hiding place, he also pretends he is not even there! The glittering eyes are carefully observing the trajectory of the scary vacuum cleaner, and when he thinks there is no escape, he shoves his nose in the corner, pretending either that the boogie gadget and the entire world just isn’t there anymore or that he himself has become invisible. What an adorably childish thig to do little pup!