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November 01, 2012


Heavy metal, by contrast, appeared to amplify dogs’ anxiety, and was linked with less sleep, more barking and increased shaking.

(Thanks to The Perts)


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I guess I'll have to quit playing my Kiss and Metallica record's now.

Post Manilow, dogs can't resist watching " The View " .

You got me rockin' and a-rollin',
Barkin' and a-shakin'
Barbara Ann.

under the heading of "duh".

actually, "diggity diggity diggity duh"

someone paid money to have this question researched?
oy! my head hurts.

Manilow causes severe irreversible shrinkage.

Heavy Metal makes dogs act like speed freaks?

Huh. Who knew?

Next! Our Doggy Hit Parade!

Will Mozart top the charts again? Or will Vivaldi's challenge win out? And in the weeks to come, it's Brahms and Bach, WITH A BULLET!

So, if I play Mozart while simultaneously running the vacuum, the dogs develop severe personality disorders?
Well! I've got plans for the weekend here.

Careful, Steve. This study was undoubtedly conducted in a controlled, closed environment -- if you try it at home, the squirrels might hear.

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