Regulate doorbell noises in advertising
  1. United States
  2. Wash.
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Regulate doorbell noises in advertising

To: Sen. Cantwell, Pres. Biden, Rep. Gluesenkamp Perez, Sen. Murray

From: A constituent in Longview, WA

June 2

Subject: Concerns Regarding Doorbell Noises in Advertising , I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to express my deep concern regarding the use of doorbell noises in advertising and its impact on our furry friends, particularly dogs. As you may be aware, the sudden sound of a doorbell can be incredibly distressing for dogs, often causing them to bark incessantly and experience heightened anxiety. This not only affects the well-being of our beloved pets but also disrupts the peace and tranquility of our neighborhoods. I urge you to consider implementing regulations that limit the use of doorbell noises in advertising, or perhaps require advertisers to use alternative sound cues that are less disruptive to animals. By doing so, we can help mitigate the unnecessary stress and discomfort experienced by countless dogs across the country. Furthermore, I believe that promoting responsible advertising practices aligns with our collective efforts to create a more compassionate and harmonious society. Thank you for taking the time to consider this important issue, and I look forward to your positive action on this matter. Sincerely, Garrett Beauregard

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