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How Dogs Communicate

The Dogs Nose and its Amazing Sense of Smell Dogs and Their Amazing Noses: A dog’s nose is a pretty impressive piece of natural engineering. It does far more than just sniff out furry or feathered creatures and potential food sources. Humans have about 6 million olfactory...
Understanding How Dogs Communicate  Why do we always expect our dogs to comprehend the nature and significance of our intricate language? I cannot tell you how many times people have said to me that their dog thinks it’s human. I always give the same answer "No it doesn't it...
To really understand our dogs you need to be able to listen and more importantly see what they are trying to tell us A couple of years ago a Japanese electronics company came up with a Gizmo which they claimed could convert dogs barks, yips, yelps, and whines into human language, thereby...
How Puppies and Dogs Learn to Communicate  Critical Periods: If we separated a human baby from all contact with other humans until it was five years old, then that child would never learn the ability to speak or to empathise and converse comfortably In most cases, it would be fearful and...
Do We Expect Too Much From Our Dogs I cannot tell you how many times people have said to me that their dog thinks it is human and I always give the same answer "No it doesn't, it thinks it's a dog. That is simply because dogs are "Conspecific". The term conspecific means they can only...

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