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Originally posted by jdb51
I live on the east coast, but my dog has been acting strange lately also. He has begun barking at nothing, and when I take him outside, he sits and stares at the sky and growls. I have never before seen a dog who is so interested in the sky. He obviously sees things I cannot see, and I have often stood there wondering just what it is. I don't know whether it is something he sees or hears, but it has happened often enough that other family members have noticed it.
Originally posted by phoenixlights321
reply to post by GrandpaDave
Any idea on how far in advance of the earthquake happening would the dogs start hearing this vibration? Days/minutes/seconds? I still remember that video of the dog on youtube looking down at the ground and then getting up really quickly and darting across the room in a high-rise a few seconds before the quake was noticeably felt. www.youtube.com...
That sounds like a reasonable theory. So far I've noticed at least on this thread those of us reporting in with odd animal behavior live near a known fault line or where activity has recently taken place or reasonably could reasonably be expected to take place.
Originally posted by GrandpaDave
reply to post by SheeplFlavoredAgain
I go with the VLF theory...
Earthquakes and tremors produce Very low frequency or VLF refers to radio frequencies (RF) in the range of 3 kHz to 30 kHz to low for us to hear but it drives dogs nuts...