My dog carly is sitting in front of the mirror and is barking at herself..is she alright?
my dog is sitting in front of the mirror and is barking at herself....she almost looks as though she is singing to herself.....do you think this behavior is strange or is she right on track...she is 14 weeks old!!.
my dog barks at everything that moves haha i'm sure it's normal especially for a puppy
She may be channelling Charlie Sheen ......... but, seriously, she is fine, could be she has just now discovered her own reflection and is trying to talk to the other dog...
As a puppy shes probably just exploring and trying to find something to do. she should be fine.
Both my dogs did that when they were puppies.
They think that they see another dog there, and they either want to play, want to chase the other dog away, or both.
Now that they are both older, they are no longer very interested in the mirror.
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