Let Barking Dogs Lie!

What are all those dogs barking at anyway?

Are they barking at shadows?

Maybe entities, spirits, or energy that doesn’t belong here?

Normal barking at cats, strangers, passing cars…

Blank walls, yards or nothing in particular at all!

Do they bark because they’re afraid of the dark?

Bark at something standing in a corner but otherwise nothing visible?

And why does Oreo sometimes look at me and aggressively bark like I’m a stranger which I’m surely not!

They hear things we never hear. Maybe they’re attuned to see things we rarely ever see.

Nothing personal … hopefully nothing paranormal …

Yes! What are all those dogs barking at?

The simple answer is, we don’t know!

And maybe, they don’t even know!

13 Comments Add yours

  1. judybarbera says:

    Really like this one. It’s cute and true!

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    1. Cute, true and weird too!

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  2. Amy Barbera says:

    Dad I LOVE this!!! You never know what little Oreo sees!! Dogs can see and hear way more then we can see & hear!!! I LOVE your cute picture with this post too! 🙂

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    1. judybarbera says:

      Yes they do!

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    2. Sometimes she growls like she’s going to bite me! Like she did today.

      Like

  3. Shani says:

    Your art is so unique. Love it

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you … no, thank God and you too

      Like

      1. Shani says:

        🤗

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  4. My Dog barked at the Easter Bunny this morning, but when I tried to take a picture he ran away.

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      The Bunny ran away!?

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  5. Sheila Moss says:

    It’s very simple really. They bark to hear themselves barking. You’re welcome. 🙂

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    1. Halbarbera says:

      Since barking is common in domesticated dogs, but not wild dogs, this behavior may be linked to selective breeding by humans.

      Why do I bark? Selected inbreeding!

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