posted on May, 25 2011 @ 10:35 PM
reply to post by jewston
our dog is a sweetheart, very well behaved. she does not like storms and thunder agitates her. keep in mind that dogs have not lost the primitive
touch that so-called civilized society has beat right out of mankind. the few things mankind has left to enjoy from caveman days are bodily
elimination and orgasm. even they are altered, as we must use specific equipment to void ourselves, and we have to go through a mating ritual (if pros
are n/a) to do the funky chicken.
a few months ago my dog was really agitated and upset. checked the usual, she had food & water, made she i took her outside, didn't need to go potty.
there was no strays or wild animals in the garbage cans or what-not. but she was up and about, going around the house very upset.
a day or two later we found out there was seismic activity not too far away from our area. i think that had the dog upset, and i felt bad about losing
patience with her.
our canine friends seem to be well in tune with drops in barometric pressure too, like when rain or a storm is coming from far off.
as for your own poor sleep, that is common these days. most peoples lives are so wound up with worry, pressure, poor diet, lack of exercise and
distractions like TV and the Internet that they rarely get a good nights rest. many neighborhoods have so many lights on its almost like daytime at
3AM. we are too far removed from living with nature, and we are paying the price.
edit on 5/25/2011 by LargeFries because: missed a letter, el typo, had to correct he to she