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Dog Suicide Bridge Scotland 'TV documentary'

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Leading Animal Behaviourist, Dr David Sands, investigates the Scottish Suicide Bridge at Overtoun to help research and understand why dogs were being recorded as leaping to their death. This is an ‘edit taster’ for the documentary. Please note many aspects were researched. Dr Sands knows dog do not commit suicide.
The combination of a dog’s natural curiosity, scent, sounds, owner family-cues (looking over bridge), topography (pathway over bridge changing from level ground to gorge) and sight-inhibited by high-stone walls. Dr Sands is aware that such accidental falls made by dogs will have and continue to occur at other structures world-wide. PLEASE NOTE – THIS IS NOT THE FULL DOCUMENTARY. It is a myth that dogs immediately try to jump again! Sorry about the baby sound at the start…. See the further clip on this Channel to see where Dr Sands filmed for Animal Planet Channel, Wild X Files. A new film is being made for the Unexplained Files, Discovery Channel (2013/2014).

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  1. I have always said that it is a 'COMBINATION' of factors (owner cue, dog behavioural personality, scent and the structure of the bridge together with the flat ground to ravine topography) that has resulted in these dogs jumping.. People need to watch the whole documentary.

  2. Note!! It is a myth that dogs jumped and then climbed back and jumped again. Don't believe everything. The experiment was NOT CLINICAL but was to illustrate that dogs are attracted to scent. It does not really matter that dogs followed each other as that may have happened on the bridge. Dr David Sands

  3. This is a good point. The restrictions of time and budget for this documentary meant that any experiment I devised would lack a 'control'. It was meant to be a simple review of how dogs reacted to scents. Dogs can react to scents made by other dogs and other animals.

  4. The problem I see with the scent experiment is that each sample has been contaminated by the first dog, and each dog after. I would have set it back up in a new place for each dog, so that I could be sure they weren't just going where the other dogs went.

  5. I can see your use of the English language is as poor as your comment. Perhaps some people should shoot themselves to know what it's like to shoot themselves…

  6. think of being taken out on a hot day in a fur coat that you cannot remove. You are boiling over , itchy , thirsty, you hear a fragrant stream nearby, can't see where it is, but in desperation for a swim and a drink , you hope over a low lying wall to see where the water is at. Too late., you're on way down to the rocks. This is no suicide bridge.

  7. I agree, the dogs are thirsty on a hot sunny day and they hear the stream, hop over to go get a drink, when they realize that they are 50 feet up in the air. No mystery, especially given that people are vaccinating their dogs with mercury
    etc. dulling their instincts.

  8. dogs can just be curiously stupid I use to take my dog on walks near a creek and there were many high ledges he would try to run off of them many times but I held him back.

  9. But the visual sense in dogs in the least developed and so it is most like scent that is the first cue and then owners looking over turrets. Dr David Sands

  10. The dogs that survived landed away from rock surfaces and probably had the fall broken by flora. I do not know of dogs that went around and jumped again, This could be a myth. Dr David Sands

  11. has anyone thought to say that all creatures interact with their environment and other creatures there-in, is heavily swayed by the 'Sense' that they predominantly use most to perceive the world. think about people wandering in a desert. they have been known to follow mirages to their death. the same goes for all things. it is based on which of the 5 senses that creature relies on the most.

  12. Given the numerous other factors at the bridge his conclusion is wrong
    And i've also read in many articles that the dogs climb back up and jump again if they survive the fall. How do minks cause that?

  13. This is a very interesting story. However, I'm really starting to have doubts about Scottish peoples intellegence abilities now after watching Brittian's Got Tallent last night, and this today. No wonder my grandpa left that place.
    Why did it take 50 dog deaths for someone to realize that dogs should be walked on leashes?

  14. I think part of the reason is that the dogs can't see over the edge to realize how high up they are until they've already jumped over. By then it's too late.

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