The Talking Dog is a fun and unique way to teach your dog basic communication skills. It is an excellent video to help your dog learn to talk, both to you and to other people, in addition to understanding the distinction between saying “no” and “OK.” You’ll be able to discover an entire vocabulary that goes beyond the basic A-B-C’s dogs can make use of. You will learn surprising facts about dogs and their language through this video. The more you play this video with your dog, the more it will aid them in mastering talking. They listen to what you say!
Hans Pastusz Rohen, an animal behaviorist and award-winning animal behaviorist, developed the Talking Dog video. He is a specialist in understanding the dog’s psychology and how canines utilize complex math to solve problems. His discoveries have earned him numerous awards, including the 1999 Breakthrough Award from the American Psychological Association and the Royal Society of Medicine, both of which are located in London, England.
In The Talking Dog, von osten shows us a strange peculiarity: our dogs appear to be able comprehend the meaning of words even when they haven’t heard them before. He explained that the reason he came across the phenomenon of the talking dog was that dogs can use the same processing methods as humans when processing information verbally. He found that dogs utilize an illusion known as the stumpfog, which is basically an abbreviation of what’s commonly referred to as the “illusory hearing system”. This is what allows a normal person to understand speech even if they have never heard it before.
In The Talking Dog, von osten states that dogs use the same process that humans use to process the meaning behind spoken words. The ability of dogs to connect certain sounds, like clicks and snaps in the form of a sentence, to a visual image is the key. Dogs use the same neural connections as humans to interpret visual information they receive.
Von Osten recorded a range of dog sounds and asked dog owners to view a video of the same sounds being spoken by a person in order to test this. The video was then viewed by the owners , who were asked to rate how accurately they were able to comprehend the meaning. The results were astonishing The more effort the dog owner made to listen to the sound, the better they believed the speaker. Dogs process video and sound in the same way. The dogs were also able remember the names of the speakers they heard.
In addition to talking dogs, von Osten also has written books on the subject. The book What Every Dog Owner Must Know contains information about the talking dog experiment and also explains the theory. The theory is explained in detail and the number of slips and buttons that are used are detailed in that book. The concept isn’t completely novel, but it is new to dog owners and many of the details are new to me as well. I have seen that other researchers have replicated similar results, but I am not an expert in this field and cannot guarantee its reliability.
The book is not an accurate scientific representation of the Talking Dog phenomenon. However I found it be an interesting read and recommend it highly. I do not, however, claim to be a scientist and cannot vouch for the veracity of any claims made in this book. I am however extremely enthusiastic about the concept and am certain that other dog lovers will view this as a fantastic method to learn about the psychology of their pet. Just like clever Hans canaries who wag throughout an interview, my dog is able to talk to anyone, anytime, speaking whatever comes to his mind. It is truly amazing and I’m looking forward to more books by this author maybe in the style of his “Dog Whisperer” series.