|MadSci Network: Zoology|
Dogs have a wider range of hearing than humans but essentially the physiology is the same. We compensate for pressure in the inner ear as we move to higher altitudes. This would also happen for dogs. The question as to whether the less dense atmosphere at higher altitude effects sound transportation and to what degree is a higher order physics question which I am unable to answer. You might like to rephrase the question and ask it again. Perhaps: "Does the lower air density a higher altitude effect sound tranportation and how does this effect hearing in dogs?" Best of luck. Cheers Royce www.funshow.com.au
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