One of the most famous relationships is between dogs and mailmen.
When Joshua noticed that his dog was acting strangely when the garbage collector arrived, he didn’t expect it to happen.
One of the most famous (and funniest) relationships between dogs and postmen.
They just seem like a fun duo where the dogs always want to chase them and the postmen just want to do their job. Dogs and postmen have a funny relationship, mostly because of the way they think.
All dogs are pack dogs and many dogs are protective of their pack.
In the wild, wolves guarded the land and resources that belonged to their pack master. This behavior still persists in dogs today.
If the dog feels someone else is on his “land”, she will try to keep him away.
Mail carriers are constantly trespassing, entering the “guarded domain” under the supervision of a dog.
In most cases, the dog will bark in an attempt to scare them away.
So, we have a classic postman-dog relationship.
If you are not a threat, most dogs shower you with love. Dogs are trained to be nice to people, so most of them have no problem with strangers.
However, there are dogs that treat strangers a little differently.
Joshua Byrne noticed his dog was acting differently when a garbage truck pulled up. Our job as owners is to notice the abnormal behavior of our pets.
Joshua has noticed that his dog Shelby acts a little strange when the garbage truck arrives every week.
The case was ongoing and Joshua wanted to investigate.
Dogs are much more sensitive to the human voice.
The squeal of brakes from large trucks, he thought it might have something to do with behavior.