There are many noises that dogs just can’t handle. I think that’s true of every person. Some can’t stand listening to someone else eating or chewing food. Some noises are just too much, and we can’t stand them.
Dog whistles are especially painful; even some pitches can be painful for me. If you took a dog whistle and decided to enlarge it, what would that instrument look like? Possibly a flute, but could be more of a clarinet. Whichever one it would most likely resemble, I have no idea, but it is some food for thought when you find moments like this.
I know when I first witnessed this, I was up in arms. It’s super hard to determine whether this hound really doesn’t like the diligent practice of one flute student or if he’s just trying to get in on the action. I think that if he didn’t approve, he would certainly be more aggressive against it, though, wouldn’t you?
It’s really a tossup; opinion can vary from person to person. This dog seems to enjoy the music, in my opinion and is wanting to join in with his human buddy. She, in the meantime, can’t seem to get any practice in because she keeps laughing. Check this musical duo out in the video below.