[su_quote cite=”John Steinbeck “]I’ve seen a look in dogs’ eyes, a quickly vanishing look of amazed contempt, and I am convinced that basically dogs think humans are nuts.[/su_quote]
We know dogs are amazing. In fact, researchers have shown they can understand simple calculations and human language (with a vocabulary of up to 250 words) as well as solve spatial problems and operate simple mechanisms. Perhaps most extraordinary is a dog’s ability to understand humans by picking up on physical cues and gestures and using rudimentary social-cognition capabilities. However, what a dog might be actually thinking is still one of those great mysteries.
Martin is a dog with some issues, and he expresses his feelings about love and life in these seven mini-episodes from the ‘mockumentary’ series of “Downward Dog”, produced by Animal Media Group.
Read up on what your dog may be thinking with these ‘dog talk’ On2In2™ book selections.*
Free to watch “Super Dogs” video channel,
a collection of On2In2™ selected short videos
featuring some very perceptive and special dogs.
There could be a tech solution to the problem of your dog home alone!
‘Furbo Dog Camera‘ cool tricks include: day & night livestream monitoring,
2-way chat & barking alert notification (talk to your doggie via phone app),
and toss a treat, too. *Find out more by clicking the image here ↓.
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