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I love music and I love it loud! But recently I haven't played any due to the new pup. So I was wondering if loud music could affect my dog's hearing in anyway? I can always invest in a nice pair of headphones to satisfy my needs, so it's no big deal. But I'm just curious.
 

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I would imagine that since loud music can hurt a humans ears then it can hurt a dog's ears - especially since a dog's hearing is SO much better than ours.

For now I would stick with the headphones :)

A good example is the high frequencies that dogs can hear (the whistles) that humans can't.
 

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I would imagine that since loud music can hurt a humans ears then it can hurt a dog's ears - especially since a dog's hearing is SO much better than ours.

For now I would stick with the headphones :)

A good example is the high frequencies that dogs can hear (the whistles) that humans can't.
Will do, gotta hit up amazon to find good deals :D
 

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The only place I listen to music is in my car. I always turn the volume down when the dogs are in the car. They have much more sensitive hearing than I do and don't want to hurt or damage their hearing.
 
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