WARNING! Very high pitch sound that may hurt your ears!
If your dog or cat can hear this sound he/she might go CRAZY!
Post a video response of what the reaction of your pets if you like.
High Pitched Noises That Bother Dogs | Dog Care - The Daily Puppy
High-frequency or "silent" dog whistles will startle your pooch during his barking spree without disturbing your neighbors and significant other. Keep in mind, though, that other pets like cats, hamsters and ferrets can hear high-frequency sounds, too. If you have more than one pooch, one dog's barking that sets off the high-pitched whistle can make life unpleasant for his quiet housemate. Such devices might be useful only for a one-pet household.
Why do dogs respond to higher pitched voices? - Quora
have excellent hearing and can detect an extremely broad range of frequencies. They can hear higher-pitched sounds than humans or most dogs, detecting frequencies from 55 up to 79 . Cats do not use this ability to hear for communication but it is probably important in hunting, since many species of rodents make ultrasonic calls. Cat hearing is also extremely sensitive and is among the best of any mammal, being most acute in the range of 500 Hz to 32 kHz. This sensitivity is further enhanced by the cat's large movable outer ears (their ), which both amplify sounds and help a cat sense the direction from which a noise is coming.
CR4 - Thread: High Pitch Tone Coming from My Dogs Right Ear
Any pet lover knows that dogs love the feel and of “squeaky” toys, but enduring the high-pitched repetition in the wee hours of the night can drive any pet-parent crazy! Ultrasonic HEAR DOGGY!® toys are made with a squeaker ONLY your dog can hear!Some modern dogs, like terriers, have maintained the ability to hear some of those really high-pitched sounds. That’s why terriers are so good at hunting rodents.Dogs can hear these high-pitched sounds primarily because of the way they evolved. Wild dogs hunted for a living, and their main prey were little rodents that make very high-pitched sounds. Back before our domestic dogs evolved, they would hear sounds that were high-pitched in order to hunt better.Remember that if the dog is unilaterally deaf, you will get a different response depending on which side it is sleeping on or from what angle the sound has been directed. Some deaf dogs may hear very low or very high-pitched sounds. They may perk up, look around and have an expression on their face that asks, "What was that?" This could be an advantage if it's true for your dog - try using a dog whistle and see if you get a response to it.