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Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!

 
ridgerunner
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The dog IS warning you, period. There have been several hundred earthquakes along the w.coast in the last couple days. All the way from Mexico to Alaska want proof...go here..rr

[link to quake.wr.usgs.gov]
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Your dog wants to leave but you won't let it.
Leave while you still can.
Head for higher ground now!
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
6.6 Mexico, don't have the actual time. I DO know about dogs and earthquakes, experienced 2 of the 3 over 6.0 quakes back in the 90's in California. After the middle one hit, we always expect more than one quake, we moved out of the fallen house into the airstream, about 15, yes folks, FIFTEEM minutes before the last one hit . . the 'outside' dog, was going beserk trying to get in, scratching the door, really crying, it was not a normal type of crying. And yes it was another 6.0+, we saw the quake lights, my trucks radio, and some electrics were never the same, and not repairable, and even a new spring was created, and the stream out back re-routed.

I for one would be very interested in the timeing of the Mexico quake and your dogs behaviour, since it was 6.0+ as was the 'dog experience' I had during very large quakes.

Perhaps the areas are truly connected, as should be suspected, really .. quakes ARE related to each other!
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Ok this caught me off guard when I read this post. My lil shitzu actually was doing the same thing last night and he is a very VERY quiet dog. And he never makes a peep after he has gone out for a bit.

I am in Chicago. Could there be some sort of frequency in the air making animlas a little anxious? It was almost like he wanted to get out and run away. Again he is never ever like this.
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Ok this caught me off guard when I read this post. My lil shitzu actually was doing the same thing last night and he is a very VERY quiet dog. And he never makes a peep after he has gone out for a bit.

I am in Chicago. Could there be some sort of frequency in the air making animlas a little anxious? It was almost like he wanted to get out and run away. Again he is never ever like this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 143474

I suppose if the persons in Nebraska are sensing it, could it be the New Madrid, honestly those that proclaim quakes are not realted are not correct, it makes NO sense, and may be offered up to calm populations. Animals do not lie, thankfully, or we'd have NO warning. Whatever frequency generates an earthquake, is what is being sensed, natural or 'otherwise.'
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The dog IS warning you, period. There have been several hundred earthquakes along the w.coast in the last couple days. All the way from Mexico to Alaska want proof...go here..rr

[link to quake.wr.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: ridgerunner 220689


Yep, Earthquake activity has picked up quite a bit in California.

It was hoped that OP's post would encourage others with animals acting strangely to post so we readers could get a sense of whether a pattern was forming. (Animals can give a lead time of several hours to a couple of days for Earthquake activity)

But mostly all that was posted was a bunch of doggie incontinence jokes by the usual pack of shills, megaphones, disinfo-agents and children.
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2008-02-12 01:29:40 REVISED: (Mw 5.4) SOUTHERN SUMATRA, ... 02/12/08 10:51 AM 3K

ens@usgs.gov (USGS ENS) 2008-02-12 12:50:22 (Mw 6.4) CHIAPAS, MEXICO 16.5 -94.1 02/12/08 08:16 AM 3K

ens@usgs.gov (USGS ENS) 2008-02-12 04:32:39 (Ml 5.0) BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 32. ... 02/11/08 11:41 PM 3K

ens@usgs.gov (USGS ENS) 2008-02-12 01:29:39 (Mb 5.7) SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA ... 02/11/08 08:54 PM 3K
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Ok this caught me off guard when I read this post. My lil shitzu actually was doing the same thing last night and he is a very VERY quiet dog. And he never makes a peep after he has gone out for a bit.

I am in Chicago. Could there be some sort of frequency in the air making animlas a little anxious? It was almost like he wanted to get out and run away. Again he is never ever like this.
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Chicago and shitzus have a history together of sensing quake activity. What you really need to do Is kep an eye on him for the next 48 hours. Make sure you know exactly where he Is at all times. Is there any pounds or vets nearby?
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Whenever my seeing eye dog acts strange, I know that something is up. I grope around for clues. I have a voice recognizer typing this, (yes I'm blind). My dog always runs loose when in heat though, even though it's freezing up here in the bay, Williams that is.
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Ok this caught me off guard when I read this post. My lil shitzu actually was doing the same thing last night and he is a very VERY quiet dog. And he never makes a peep after he has gone out for a bit.

I am in Chicago. Could there be some sort of frequency in the air making animlas a little anxious? It was almost like he wanted to get out and run away. Again he is never ever like this.



Chicago and shitzus have a history together of sensing quake activity. What you really need to do Is kep an eye on him for the next 48 hours. Make sure you know exactly where he Is at all times. Is there any pounds or vets nearby?
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Wow has then actually been documented? What is it about shitzus are they just more sensitive or prone to picking up vibes in this area?
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Ok this caught me off guard when I read this post. My lil shitzu actually was doing the same thing last night and he is a very VERY quiet dog. And he never makes a peep after he has gone out for a bit.

I am in Chicago. Could there be some sort of frequency in the air making animlas a little anxious? It was almost like he wanted to get out and run away. Again he is never ever like this.



Chicago and shitzus have a history together of sensing quake activity. What you really need to do Is kep an eye on him for the next 48 hours. Make sure you know exactly where he Is at all times. Is there any pounds or vets nearby?



Wow has then actually been documented? What is it about shitzus are they just more sensitive or prone to picking up vibes in this area?
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yeah, but it reads very erratic, with a buncch of semi-colons;;;;;;;;

the complete article hasn't been seen since '90

shitzus are equipped with an exxtra old factory nerve in their noses, they can smell German Shepherds within a hundred mile radius.
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Yep, Earthquake activity has picked up quite a bit in California.

It was hoped that OP's post would encourage others with animals acting strangely to post so we readers could get a sense of whether a pattern was forming. (Animals can give a lead time of several hours to a couple of days for Earthquake activity)

But mostly all that was posted was a bunch of doggie incontinence jokes by the usual pack of shills, megaphones, disinfo-agents and children.
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I am on the W.Coast and yes, I was hoping others would post if they have animals exhibiting strange behavior...one of my papillions is..rr
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Yep, Earthquake activity has picked up quite a bit in California.

It was hoped that OP's post would encourage others with animals acting strangely to post so we readers could get a sense of whether a pattern was forming. (Animals can give a lead time of several hours to a couple of days for Earthquake activity)

But mostly all that was posted was a bunch of doggie incontinence jokes by the usual pack of shills, megaphones, disinfo-agents and children.


I am on the W.Coast and yes, I was hoping others would post if they have animals exhibiting strange behavior...one of my papillions is..rr
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rr, where exactly on the W. coast?
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02/12/2008 12:18 PM
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Here is an article from National Geographics about animals and earthquakes.

 [link to news.nationalgeographic.com] 

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Here's another from USAToday.

[link to www.usatoday.com]
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Sounds more like she is in heat and just wanting to go out and make some puppies.

Has she been spayed?
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MEXICO CITY - A magnitude-6.4 earthquake shook southern Mexico on Tuesday, but there were no immediate reports of major damage.

The quake gently swayed buildings in Mexico City and rocked parts of Mexico’s southern Pacific and Gulf coasts. In the southern city of Tuxtla Gutierrez, many people fled into the streets and then lingered outside their homes, fearing aftershocks.

“It was horrible,” said Cecilia Gomez, standing with her family outside her home. “It really scared me.”
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Our cats are very wary of going outside just now.
They go out, sniff around and then come right back in and just sit at the door.
They've also been very chummy as of late, clinging together which they ordinarily do not do much of anymore now that they are "all grown up!"

I've been getting an odd sense of something coming too.

ETA: This is in SoCal, near the harbor.
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Our cats are very wary of going outside just now.
They go out, sniff around and then come right back in and just sit at the door.
They've also been very chummy as of late, clinging together which they ordinarily do not do much of anymore now that they are "all grown up!"

I've been getting an odd sense of something coming too.

ETA: This is in SoCal, near the harbor.
 Quoting: Doomamatrix


with cats you gotta make sure the have their space, especially when they get scared, even if there really isn't anything to be afraid of.
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
I'm in Gardena CA and our 6 year year old Lab has been acting weird all night. I let her out at midnight and tried to sleep but she kept whimpering and at times barking. I have never seen her act like this. Her nose is not warm so she is not ill. Need less to say we slept like shit last night and now I got get ready for work. Early shift. Thought I would share this information in case she is sensing an earthquake.
 Quoting: Lab Lover 199909


My Kelpie was up at 3am this morning....very fearful. I am on Central Time. Weird?
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ETA: This is in SoCal, near the harbor.
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I don't have a coordinate for that, is it the bay?
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ETA: This is in SoCal, near the harbor.


I don't have a coordinate for that, is it the bay?
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South Bay. Not SF.
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Place a jug full of water near you. If there is a slight tremor, the water will move back and forth ever so gently. It's a neat little warning system you can use if there is to be a tremor approaching.
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ETA: This is in SoCal, near the harbor.


I don't have a coordinate for that, is it the bay?

South Bay. Not SF.
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I'll have to look that up now...
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
Reading page two after the post I just issued, I've been experiencing some of the same occurances with my animals. My toy poodle has been moping around the house the last couple of days. She paces the main floor, goes upstairs and comes back down.

I'm also dog sitting my aunt's jack russel male puppy. He's been following my dog around the house. I think he is just worried that he can't find his mother, and maybe my dog is just annoyed at him.

Either or, I live in southwestern Ontario. Not to far from New Madrid. But, I don't think these dogs are picking up earthquake frequencies, but you never know.
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bump

need to keep this on the main page for others.
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
My dog just jumped on the post man leg and was making a humping action. You think he is trying to tell me something? hiding
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I saw st. collie pointing to a point, but still didn't find what I'm looking for
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the birds are acting strange here in ne tenn today, it's weirdly warm, and windy, yet they are flocking urgently to the feeder like they only do when it has turned really cold, and there is a storm on the way.
the "emperors" have no clothes!
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Re: Dog is acting strange. Whimpering and wanting out. Keeps pacing and circling!
I'm in Gardena CA and our 6 year year old Lab has been acting weird all night. I let her out at midnight and tried to sleep but she kept whimpering and at times barking. I have never seen her act like this. Her nose is not warm so she is not ill. Need less to say we slept like shit last night and now I got get ready for work. Early shift. Thought I would share this information in case she is sensing an earthquake.
 Quoting: Lab Lover 199909


Saw your post and had to respond. Both of my cats were sitting on my bed, lounging around, when all of a sudden they both jumped up and off the bed, and began meowing strangly. One cat hunkered down to the floor and began backing up as though she was trying to get away from something. Both cats became strangely antagonistic towards each other, letting out long loud meows, as though they were in some type of pain. Very strange.

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