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Why are some dogs so scared & jumpy on windy days?

I was asked this question recently by a lovely client….

Dogs (like most animals) are able to perceive weather changes. They can sense the changes in the electrostatic field – the air.
We all know what it’s like for our hair or clothing to become static. There’s the little shocks we receive when we rub against it. It will startle and stop you for a moment.
If you can imagine, a dog has a greater and higher frequency range of hearing, as well as being a barometer to weather changes. They’re sensing the wind and if you combine this with thunder or even lightening – we’ve got once confused pooch.
If wind can ruffle a human’s feather and get us all grumpy and ungrounded, imagine what it can do to your dog! They become a carrier for an electrical current through their body. The stronger the current, the more short shocks that run through their body. That would definitely make me quite jumpy too.
What to do:
The more grounded we are in our body and self, the more this energy will move directly to our beloved canines helping to ground (earth) their energy and not be swept up in the air’s electric charges. Just ask any electrician, they always earth or ground any electrical current.
One way to earth yourself and remove static energy from your body is to rub your feet on the ground. Then if you want to ground your pet – place your hand on their body and imagine breathing your energy through your hand into them.
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