The Talking Dog is a unique and fun method to teach your dog basic communication skills. This video is a fantastic way to help your dog learn how to communicate with you and with others. You will also be able to teach your dog the difference between saying “no” or “OK”. You’ll discover fascinating facts about dogs and their language through this video. This video will help your dog learn speaking. They are able to hear what you say!
Hans Pastusz Rohen, an animal behaviorist and award-winning behaviorist, created the Talking Dog video. He is a specialist in understanding the psychology of dogs and how they utilize complex math to solve problems. His research has earned him numerous awards including the 1999 Breakthrough Award by the American Psychological Association (London, England) and the Royal Society of Medicine (London, England).
Von osten’s book The Talking Dog reveals a peculiar phenomenon in which dogs can comprehend the meaning of words even if they have never heard them before. He explained that the reason he discovered the phenomenon of the talking dog was because dogs employ the same processes as humans when processing information verbally. He discovered that dogs make use of an illusion known as the stumpfog effect. This is basically a fancy name for what’s known as the “illusory auditory system.” This is what allows a person to comprehend speech, even if they have never heard it before.
Von Osten, who explains in The Talking Dog that dogs have the same brain-computer system as humans to process spoken words. The key is their ability to connect certain sound-items (like the snaps and clicks in a speech) with a corresponding visual image. Basically, dogs are using the same sort of connections as people when trying to make meaning of the visual information they’re receiving.
To test this out Von Osten recorded a number of dog sounds. He also asked the owners of dogs to watch a video of the same sounds being spoken by someone else. The owners were asked to rate how accurately they comprehended the meaning of the video. The results were interesting The more effort the dog’s owner put into hearing the sound the better their understanding of the speaker’s voice was. It seems that dogs process video and sound in a similar way. The dogs also were able to recall the names of speakers they heard.
Von Osten also wrote books about talking dogs. One book, called What Every Dog Owner Must be aware of, describes the experiment with a talking dog and explains what the theory means. In that book the theory is explained and the amount of buttons or slips that are used are explained. While the concept isn’t completely new, it’s still new to dog owners. Many of the details are also new to me. While I have read about other researchers getting the same results, I’m not able to confirm its validity.
The book is not a scientific replica of the Talking Dog phenomenon. However I found it to be an interesting read and highly recommend it. I do not, however, claim to be a scientist and cannot guarantee the validity of any claims made in this book. I am however an avid fan of the idea and am sure that other dog lovers will view this as a fantastic way to educate themselves on the nature of their pet. Just as smart Hans canaries who wag throughout an interview, my dog can speak to anyone at any time, speaking whatever comes to his mind. It’s incredible. I look to reading more books by the author, perhaps in his “Dog Whisperer” series.