Some dog parents like to bring bells to their Labrador, especially when they go out, Labrador will surely make a ringing sound. Of course, some dog parents don’t like to bring bells to Labrador, thinking that it is not good for Labrador to bring bells. However, dog parents who like to bring bells to Labrador also think that there are certain advantages to bringing bells to Labrador.

First of all, bring a bell to Labrador, so when Labrador is out for a walk and bends, others can hear the sound first, knowing that Labrador is coming. In this way, for those who are usually afraid of Labrador, they can avoid confrontation with Labrador in advance. In addition, other timid Labradors can also hear the sound in advance, and avoid direct contact with the Labrador in advance to avoid causing anything.

Secondly, bring a bell to Labrador to prevent Labrador from getting lost when going out. Because when the Labrador runs out of your line of sight, you can judge the position of the Labrador by listening to the sound of the bell to find the Labrador. Of course, the editor wants to remind that if Labrador encounters a bad guy, then the role of the bell will disappear. Therefore, to prevent the Labrador from getting lost, it is best to hold the traction rope tightly when going out and let the Labrador stay within the range of his control.

Actually, there is a downside to bringing bells to Labrador. We know that Labrador has a very keen sense of hearing and smell. Some bells are particularly loud and harsh, which can easily stimulate Labrador’s hearing and make Labrador uncomfortable. Generally speaking, when buying a bell for Labrador, don’t choose too loud. Generally, choose a bell with a crisper sound.