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Yes, it is. sit on your dog while smashing your computer with a baseball bat and the answer will become clear.
Dogs can smell and hear like a thousand times better than humans (we Nahuals can do twice as much), some people say that animals can feel spirits hanging around your place.
No, I really don’t think so. But you really should be talking to the veterinarian about your dog’s behavior. He/she will have much better information for you than what you’d get from paranormal enthusiasts.
THIS IS VERY POSSIBLE ,I KNOW OF SOMEONE ELSE’S DOG THAT DIED DUE TO BEING AGGRAVATED BY A SPIRIT THE DOG WAS CHAINED TO A CABLE BETWEEN TWO POLES GIVING HIM ADEQUATE SPACE TO RUN AROUND BUT BECAUSE HE COULD SEE A GHOSTS THAT KEPT HIM STIRRED UP HE RAN HIS SELF TO DEATH. MOST ANIMALS LIKE SOME SMALL CHILDREN CAN SEE GHOSTS BETTER THAN WE CAN AND IF THE SPIRIT WAS EVIL ENOUGH TO SCARE HIM THAT BAD THEN YES HE WAS SCARED TO DEATH,BTW ANOTHER STORY ABOUT A DOG THAT WAS A MEAN AS HELL TAKE NO **** OFF NOBODY PIT BULL WALKED UP TO THE DOOR OF A OLD HAUNTED HOUSE TURN TUCKED ITS STUBBY TALE AN RAN YELPING LIKE SOMEONE HAD SHOT HIM JUMPED UP THRU THE TRUCK WINDOW AND HID UNDER THE SEAT
Absolutely! If there is a spirit wandering around, your dog will certainly be able to pick up on that. I’ve heard of another incident relatively similar where the spirit that kept visiting that household was a small boy and didn’t like dogs in his mortal life and carried that dislike with him after he died. Usually spirits that are hanging around are there because they don’t realize they are dead or they don’t know what to do. I would definitely check with a vet to make sure there isn’t anything physical going on with your dog, but you might try having your house saged or have a priest out to do a blessing.
It would help if we knew what breed of dog you have. If it is a large dog, I would definately say, “No.” A smaller dog, like a chiuhaaua (can’t spell it right) is a nervous dog, so I would say it is not anyhting paranormal in either case. It seems to me that the breeder of your dog was only out for the money. Possibly, he or she bred two high strung dogs together and that is what you’ve got. As a rule, from my experience, larger dogs are usually more calm than small dogs are. Introduce the dog to its fear very slowly and a little bit every day and hopefully, your dog will work its way out of this.
Yes, animals are extremely sensitive to many tings, one being paranormal activity. I used to live in a ‘haunted’ house, and whenever a spirit was present, my pet birds would suddenly be quiet and still (they are usually loud and flighty). We knew that animals were sensitive to this sort of thing so we did some paranormal ‘tests’ and their reaction, was in fact because of the paranormal presence.
no, dogs can have anxiety attacks for many different reasons. like they could be scared of loud noises, gun shots, children, or thunderstorms. they can be scared of anything. you just need to watch your dog and see what makes it nervous/anxious.
i do believe that sometimes dogs can be frightened of paranormal activity, but i think that dogs see it everyday and are used to it.
good luck! (:
I think Bethany has given a great answer.
Someone or something could be blowing a dog whistle, or making a high frequency sound, for example.
On the other hand, most dogs do sense more than we humans, and probably are used to Caspar. Maybe your pet is not, or even sense something “spooky.” It might be stressful for a dog to sense something it perceives as dangerous, and then find its human owner going “la la la” as if there were nothing spooky going on: “Hey, don’t you see that?! Don’t you care?”http://www.behindtheparanormal.comhttp://www.lemurteam.comhttp://www.carolbowman.com (she’s a psychologist)http://www.drmonalisa.com (she’s a medical intuitive)http://www.800seeself.comhttp://www.noetic.orghttp://www.sheldrake.orghttp://www.heartmath.orghttp://www.divinecosmos.comhttp://www.coasttocoastam.com
are examples of helpful sites, some of which you may email your questions to.