-'Changes' bring more changes-
(Just don't cancel the sound of a Model T!)
A nice idea, wonder what it costs ? Looks very sterile and "urban". Also very claustrophobic for an active, muddy sheep-dog (or three) I reckon we'll just do what we do every Fourth of July - all of us huddle under the bed 'til the noise quits.
We have never had a dog afraid of thunder or fireworks. I guess the fact that since they were all pups, I have not been shy about opening a door or window and firing a rifle at undesirable critters that have no place on the farm. My wife on the other hand is not fond of the practice. Plus I have to clean up the spent casings from inside the house. Oh the dogs are trained in personal protection also. We dont get many visitors? Even the salesmen leave the drive after seeing two sheperds banging those pearly whites off the window glass. I may order one of those fancy dog houses in the extra large size for when I am sent there.
Our five-year-old shepherd likes to ride in the T. She does take up the entire back seat of our touring car though.
Hannah, the black dog in the photo is frightened by gunfire and fireworks. She was shot at before we got her (pellet behind one ear tells us) she's OK with thunderstorms. The red dog could care less. Both love a ride in Lizzie.