The Talking Dog is a fun and unique way to teach your dog basic communication skills. This video is a great way to help your dog learn how to communicate with you and other people. You can also teach your dog the difference between saying “no” or “OK”. This video will also expose your dog to some fascinating facts about dogs and their language. This video will help your dog master speaking. They listen to what you say!
Hans Pastusz Rohen, an animal behaviorist and award-winning 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 won 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 understand the meaning of words even if they have never heard them before. He explains that his discovery of the phenomenon is due to the fact that dogs use the same sort of processing as people do when processing verbal information. He discovered that dogs make use of an illusion known as the stumpfog. It’s basically a fancy name for what’s known as the “illusory hearing system”. This is what allows a person to understand speech when they’ve never heard of it before.
Von Osten, who explains in The Talking Dog that dogs use the same process as humans do to process spoken words. Their ability to connect specific sound-ixtures, like snaps and clicks within sentences, to a visual image is the most important thing. In essence, dogs make the same sort of connections that humans do when trying to make meaning of the visual information they’re getting.
To test this, von osten recorded a variety of dog sounds and then asked the owners of dogs to watch the same things being said by someone else. The video was then watched by the owners , who were asked to rate how well they understood the meaning. The results were intriguing: the more of an effort the dog’s owner put into listening to the sound, the better their judgment of the speaker’s message was. Dogs process sound and video in the same way. In addition, the dogs seemed to remember the names of the speakers they heard the sound from!
In addition to talking dogs, von Osten also has written books on the subject. One book, called What Every Dog Owner Must know, explains the talking dog experiment and provides explanations of what the theory means. The theory is explained in depth and the number of slips and buttons that are employed are described in the book. The concept isn’t entirely new, but it is new to dog owners and many of the details are new to me as well. I have discovered that other researchers have replicated similar results, however I am not an expert in this field and cannot confirm its validity.
In conclusion, even though the book is not an attempt to replicate the scientific research behind the Talking Dog phenomenon, I find it to be an interesting read and think that it is definitely worth your consideration. I don’t claim to be a scientist and can’t confirm the truthfulness of any claims made in this book. I am awestruck by the concept and think it is an excellent method for dog owners to learn about their dog’s psychology. Much like smart Hans canaries who can engage in conversations, my dog can talk to anyone anytime and say whatever his mind desires. It’s incredible. I look forward to reading more books by the author, perhaps in his “Dog Whisperer” series.