Wouldn’t It Be Nice To Have A Meaningful Conversation With Your Four-Legged Friend In The Same Way As You Talk To Other People?
But if you could talk to dogs, what would you say?
Dogs can’t effectively and completely process complex human communication. While they are able to communicate with other dogs, it’s not the same as the way humans communicate with each other. Not only that, but you too may have difficulty in fully understanding what your dog is trying to tell you.
However, this does not mean that you should stop talking to your dog. In fact, one study shows that dogs do understand familiar and simple words. Not only that, but they also do understand the intonation of your voice. This means that your dog can detect whether you are sad, angry, or happy.
With this in mind, if you could talk to your dog and he can understand you, what would you say? Here are some of the things other pet owners would tell their dogs. Check them out and see if you can relate to them!
I Love You
They say that actions speak louder than words. However, words can help in affirming how you feel and that’s why it is still important to say, “I love you.” If you say it to those who you love, then certainly, you would also say that to your beloved four-legged friend.
Saying “I love you” often would not just set your mood to love your dog, but also it will make your dog feel more loved not just in actions but in words.
One of the greatest blessings you can have in this life is to have a loyal and dependable canine buddy. They are always there for you. Whether you want someone to play with or someone who will just keep you company, your dog is your best friend.
So, say, “thank you” to your dog. Thank him for being there for you.
Thank him for his patience, love, and affection. Thank him for all the adventures you shared together. Thank him for cheering you up when you feel down and sad. Thank him for forcing you to exercise every morning. Thank him for guarding your home when you’re away. Thank him for helping you stay healthy and recover faster from illnesses.
There are just so many things your dog is doing for you. Most of the time, you don’t even know that he is doing you a favor. So, thank him for all the things he has done for you!
We all make mistakes and sometimes, we hurt those people and even dogs around us. So, don’t let the day pass by without saying sorry if you have hurt your pooch. Say sorry for the times when you lose patience. Say sorry for the times when blame your dog for the mistakes you have done. Say sorry for the times when you forgot to feed him or the time you fail to take him for a walk. Say sorry for the times when you haven’t done what you promised.
Sometimes, saying sorry is not easy. That’s why apologizing to someone and even to your dog takes courage. Don’t let your pride get in the way. When you say sorry, it will make you feel better.
Talk To Your Dog!
These are just some of the things you can tell your dog. Don’t hesitate to talk to him. Yes, they may not respond to you using human language, but your dog is smarter than you think. They can sense how much you love them not just based on what you do, but also on what you say.
So, talk to your dog. You’ll be amazed at how your dog will respond to you!