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The garbage man, the mailman, the cleaning person with the
terrifying vacuum — chances are, your
dog takes a perplexing dislike to some regular visitor. But why? We got inside your canine's head for this humorous list of the seven people that tend to unnerve
"I don't trust this guy. He comes to the house every single day but he never brings me any presents. Forget that! Good thing my barking scares him away."
"This one's always tinkering behind my fancy water bowl (the toilet) and underneath the cat's throne (the kitchen sink). What's he doing, anyway?"
"Thanks to my keen canine hearing, I can sense the big, screechy garbage truck rumbling down the street even before my people do. And don't even get me started on the recycling truck. Seriously."
"OK, let's get this straight. This one has the nerve to walk up the driveway, ring the doorbell — and then not come in to play when my human opens the door?"
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