The Talking Dog is a unique and amusing way of teaching your dog basic communication skills. It’s a great way for your dog to learn to speak to you as well as to other people as well as to understand the difference between saying “no” and “OK.” You’ll discover an entire words that go beyond the A-B-C’s that dogs utilize. This video will also expose your dog to some surprising facts about dogs and their language. The more you utilize this video with your dog, the more it will help them learn talking. As they say, they are listening!
Hans Pastusz Rohen, an animal behaviorist, award-winning animal behaviorist, developed the Talking Dog video. He is an expert in understanding canine psychology and how they utilize complex math to solve problems. His research has been recognized with 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.
Von Osten’s book The Talking Dog reveals a peculiar phenomenon in which dogs can understand the meaning of words even if they have never heard them before. He states that his discovery of the talking dog phenomenon is due in large part to the fact that dogs are able to make use of the same type of brain processing that humans do when processing verbal information. He found that dogs utilize an illusion called the stumpfog effect, which is basically a fancy name for what is called the “illusory auditory system.” This is what allows a person to understand speech even if they have never heard it before.
In The Talking Dog, von osten clarifies that dogs employ the same sort of method that humans use to process the meaning behind spoken words. The key to this is their ability to connect certain sounds (like the clicks and snaps in the speech) with a corresponding visual image. 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 watch a clip of the same things being spoken by a person in order to test this. The video was then viewed by the dog owners who were asked to rate how accurate they understood the meaning. The results were interesting: the more of an effort the dog’s owner put into hearing the sound, the better their judgment of the speaker was. Dogs process video and audio in the same way. The dogs were also able recall the names of speakers they heard.
In addition to talking dogs, von Osten also has written books on the subject. One of them, called What Every Dog Owner Should know, explains the talking dog experiment and provides explanations of what the theory means. The theory is explained in detail and the number of slips and buttons that are used are explained in the book. Although the concept isn’t entirely new, it is still a mystery to dog owners. A lot of the details are also new to me. I have discovered that other researchers have replicated the same results, however I am not an expert in this field and cannot guarantee its validity.
The book is not a scientific replica of the Talking Dog phenomenon. However, I found it to be a fascinating book and would recommend it highly. I am not a scientist, and therefore I am unable to verify the truthfulness of any claims made in the book. I am, however, a very big fan of the idea and am sure that other dog lovers will view this as a great way to gain knowledge about the behavior of their dog and much as smart Hans canaries can waggle during an interview, my dog is able to communicate with anyone, at any time, by saying whatever comes to his mind. It’s amazing. I look to reading more books by the author and perhaps even in his “Dog Whisperer” series.