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Everyday noises around the house can be horrifying for your dog

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Is your dog spooked by sounds? Are there “noise monsters” inside and outside your house? Take this quiz to see if your dog is showing any signs of having a serious medical condition called noise aversion that affects about 2 out of 3 of dogs.[1]

Reference: 1. The Harris Poll: Custom Motion Sickness and Noise Aversion Omnibus Pet Owner Quantitative Research Report; December 2018.

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