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Can dogs see through glass

Can dogs see through glass

Can dogs see through glass?

Can dogs see through glass?

Can dogs see through glass?

I'm in the process of building a new house. I live in the Midwest. I was going to do it myself and save a lot of money. However, I realized that doing it myself is very hard and time-consuming. It also requires that I keep up with the job for at least a month every year, if not a lot more, to make sure it doesn't fall apart.

So, I decided to hire a professional to do the job for me. He's very qualified and a very good worker. When I had the job in the past, I had a friend that had a dog and she had this dog that always walked in when I was talking to customers. I thought it would be a great idea to have the dog there, and have him be able to look in windows, so I didn't have to see the customer and then turn around to see if the dog had noticed the customer. But, I never thought he'd be able to see through the glass.

However, I am building a house in a new subdivision and it's going to have glass. It looks like all the windows are either double or triple paned. But, I'm concerned that the dogs that are already there could see right through it. What if they see something that's a little wrong and start barking? I really want to prevent that.

I don't want the dogs to get into trouble. I've been told that there aren't a lot of houses in this area so it's not likely that they're going to be barking or even barking at someone outside. I know that most of the time the dogs aren't barking, but it's always best to be careful.

I know they have the ability to see, but how far is too far? Can they see through the glass? I really want to know if I'm being paranoid or if they can see through it. I'll try to ask the professional and his employees about it, but he's been pretty busy lately and I haven't gotten a chance to talk to him.

This might sound like a stupid question but can a dog see through glass?

It might be better to use clear glass. If your windows have tinted glass (they should be) they will definitely reduce the viewability of your pets. If you want your dog to have a clear view you can install clear glass in the windows. However, if you are concerned about them seeing through your glass go with tinted.

If you are going to have glass in the windows you really need to think about the viewability of your pets. Some glass is more transparent than others. Also, many double and triple paned windows are only clear enough for a small area to see. So, if they see a peeping Tom outside that means they have a much greater view of your home and everything in it.

In my own case I have triple pane, and the double pane is about 90% transparent. I could tell if someone was looking in and I could tell if a pet was looking out. Now that I live by the ocean I've seen what the view can be like. It is much less than I expected.

I don't live near the ocean but I know of many who do. It seems that people get a lot more privacy there and they have a good reason to be more careful.

Thank you for your reply. I've been to the ocean and I don't want to live anywhere near it, so I guess I can't worry about that.

Now, about the glass. It looks like all the windows are clear glass. And they have blinds, too. So, I guess they should be able to see through the glass. It makes me nervous because the previous owner wasn't very careful about that. I just don't want it to be a hassle if they start barking.

I'd be very worried if they could see out. Some people, they like to watch everything that's going on, so if a window is open that means they can see everything that's going on. So, you can imagine if you had pets living there.

When they're looking through it could mean they're looking through the curtains or blinds and that means that the owner is being sneaky and trying to see inside the house.

There are a lot of people that like to watch what's going on, and if the dogs can see through the glass then the owners are just going to have to find another way.

This isn't really the answer you were looking for but I wanted to help you.

I have the same problem, my dog is blind but can see a little. If I know that somebody is watching me while I'm sleeping I get really mad, so I want to prevent that as best as I can, I guess if I put in some type of a blind that I won't be able to see out of I guess that's not going to help but at least I'm safe.

When I was looking at the house the dog wasn't allowed on the property so the owners don't know that he can see a little. But, if the dog is allowed then I could see them watching me. So, I guess there isn't much I can do to prevent that.

I've been to the ocean and I don't want to live anywhere near it, so I guess I can't worry about that.

Now, about the glass. It looks like all the windows are clear glass. And they have blinds, too. So, I guess they should be able to see through the glass. It makes me nervous because the previous owner wasn't very careful about that. I just don't want it to be a hassle if they start barking.

I'd be very worried if they could see out. Some people, they like to watch everything that's going on, so if a window is open that means they can see everything that's going on. So, you can imagine if you had pets living there.

When they're looking through it could mean they're looking through the curtains or blind