Nobody likes being ignored

A new study shows dogs may become more anxious and possibly suffer from depression when their owners overuse their smartphones.

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4 Responses to Nobody likes being ignored

  1. the other jack says:

    just think how their children feel. a whole new crop of neurotic children are coming, even worse than the millenials.

  2. nwoldude says:

    I become “anxious and……suffer from depression” when my wife overuses the ‘not so’ smartphone.
    Same with the Sudoku books.

    But we read Knuckledragger together on the couch with coffee in the morning before she is off to the mine.

  3. Ray says:

    Obviously, the time is ripe for the debut of a “Dog-Smart” phone. Responds to dog speak and has a paw friendly touch keyboard.

  4. Jim in Tucson says:

    My dog Jake, the Jack Russell Terrorist, hates my cell phone, not because I am on it all the time, but he has a collar on that is controlled by an app on my phone. I can either give him a tone, a vibration, or a shock. I never have to give him a shock, just a tone

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