Dog Speak

September 16, 2009 at 10:20 am Leave a comment

Dogs are lovable and cuddly. But what are they telling you when they start nudging at your leg? “Let’s go for a walk”? “Throw me a bone”? “Bathe me”??

Fortunately, there’s a cool new product that’ll help you understand everything your favorite canine wants to talk about:

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At $200, it’s no cheapie dog-chew, but according to their website, this machine is scientifically proven to accurately interpret everything on your dog’s mind. Researchers found that depending on the pitch level of their bark, dogs are expressing certain emotions like sadness, joy or frustration.

What you do is strap the machine around your dog’s neck. Once they bark, the machine will interpret it into phrases like, “Pay more attention to me!” or “You’re a mean master!” or “I’m gonna run away now.”

Of course, It’s hard to take what they say seriously. After all what if they end up saying “I’m gonna kill you!” Are you going to throw him in the doghouse for that?

Maybe in the future, this same company will invent a machine that’ll interpret the master’s words so that dog will know that it’s cool not to pee in the house.


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