Today in the shade on a very warm day. I am working with a belt sander, two hours in a row. Deja, my constant companion, no matter that noise. I don't think I can love a dog more.
Whenever there is a chainsaw, axe, lawn mower or anything similar involved she will be locked inside or kenneled outside so she can still see. I am OCD safety conscious. With this belt sander (elevated) I know she is OK as she is trained and mature at 5.5. years. No way would I do this with a pup or an unpredictable (which they all are) adolescent dog around.Good girl Deja!
Just a reminder that the same calm acceptance of noisy tools and such can lead to dangerous situations. Mine will drop a ball on my miter saw during a cut or walk up behind me while I'm cutting with a chainsaw getting a face full of wood chips and dust. I need to remind myself to not get complacent when working with tools and the dogs are near.
LOL! So funny! And that's the way they are.Have to love that loyalty and bond! I tricked mine one time by crawling out the bathroom window to see how long she would lay in front of the door waiting for me to come out. I finally called her to me an hour later. She was still laying next to the door! Lol