Beagle Just Before Howling
What’s the job of a Beagle?
- Its job is to find ‘it’.
- To tell you that s/he found it.
That’s a Beagle’s purpose in life. The next questions are:
- What did s/he find?
- How does s/he tell you?
S/he’ll find either another dog, or what s/he thinks that you are looking for something or another dog. Then, how does s/he let you know that s/he ‘found it’? Usually, it’s by howling. Howling is different from regular barking. Beagles can bark but will howl when in the hunting mode.
The problem is that most people ignore their Beagle when he’s howling, so the Beagle will howl some more until they are sure that you know that they found it! Can you stop a Beagle from howling? It’s almost impossible, but by let him know that he did his job, life will improve by reduce the stress levels…
Camera: Canon 7D ISO 320 and 1/320s
Lens: Canon 70-200 f/4L IS @192mm and f/4.5
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