German Shepard dogs really surprise me every time I see them, I consider them the most loyal dogs and the best friends, despite their big size, they have the kindest hearts, I like that breed. When I saw this video I smiled from the beginning to the end, those dogs’ reactions are hilarious. The way they tilt their head as a response for their owner’s voice in a very funny way can take your heart for those beautiful dogs. I felt that they are smiling -with their cute faces- to the voice of their owner
A big part of understanding your dog is understanding its senses and accepting that they are indeed different than humans. Both humans and dogs have the same three senses: sight, hearing and smelling. However, while most humans communicate by hearing, seeing, and then smelling, dogs primarily communicate by smelling, seeing and lastly hearing. Dogs also have a universal sense which humans do not have, where they can feel the energy (emotions) of the other beings around them. Have you ever wondered how dogs and other animals can hear things that we can’t? Do they really have better hearing than we do? From a baby’s sigh to a cruise ship foghorn, the average human ear can hear sounds between 20 and 20,000 Hertz. This is quite a range. Even though you can’t see it, sound — just like light — is a traveling wave. Humans perceive frequency of sound waves as pitch, or low and high notes. Sounds around 20 Hertz are very low, while sounds close to 20,000 Hertz are very high. Before you go bragging about having the best sense of hearing in the family, you should know that your family pet can hear about two times better than you!
If you have ever watched a dog listening, you will notice that they have the ability to move their ears in different directions. This helps them locate the exact source of a sound. If you’re watching television and your dog walks into the room, he may move his ears to try and decide whether you’re talking to him or the voice he hears is coming from the television