You can say "You're a devil dog," but as long as you do so in a sing-song voice
with a ... I do know that animals can understand a lot than we know they can.
May 17, 2014 ... Dogs do not understand English or any other human-created language. ... If you
do not want your dog to do something, you'd better say it in a ...
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Sep 30, 2015 ... Missy and Laydie are pretty cute dogs... if you ignore the fact that one of ... Do you
want to go outside, go on a walk or ride? but they also know your .... the tone of
his voice no matter how I say the work walk my dog drop what ...
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Sep 25, 2015 ... Did he say to his dogs " Come here my boobies"? .... TONE OF VOICE MY ASS!
you can see from the start there know they are in trouble!
Nov 14, 2010 ... According to Horowitz, “A dog knows if you've had sex, smoked a ... and can be
taught to respond to an emergency situation (say, in the case of ...
Love the video, Jashan Singhal, thank you for the a2a. In the video the tone of the
voice of the ... Here is a video about the wonder dog that knows so many words.
... You can say "You're a devil dog," but as long as you do so in a sing-song ...
When you are feeling down, a dog can often act as a better confidant than
another human. .... My three cats & AmStaff/pit mix, Otis, know when I'm sad or
sick. .... I had to say good bye to her about four and a half years ago, she was
Jun 18, 2013 ... I know you did it!' 'Stop jumping on me, not now, yes I love you too, but you're
putting hair all over me…' We just can't help but talk to our dogs ...
Nov 26, 2014 ... Sussex researchers have found that pet dogs process language in a similar way
to ... their master's voice - and researchers reveal how you can tell when ... added
: 'Although we cannot say how much or in what way dogs understand .... Love all
the comments on here, Yes we dog owners already know this.
Nov 28, 2014 ... Now we know that the dog is really saying “yes”, “yes”, “uh-huh”, then “what?” “
what? .... "Do you want to go for a WALK" gets a tilt to the right?