Dog Conversing In Different Languages With Owners
In ancient times, dogs helped our ancestors hunt for mammoth and toothed tigers. Dog teams bare the credit naturalists, geologists and other adventure-seekers ventured into expeditions and conquest of the Arctic and Antarctic. In the world of today, many dogs live a comfortable couch life next to their beloved owners and we are grateful to them for the company.
Junior is a French bulldog who makes for a good traveling companion, a good singing partner, and most of all, a good friend! His two human owners can have a <a href="https://rumble.com/v4qmvn-owner-talking-to-dog-and-dog-speaking-back.html" target="_blank">riveting conversation</a> with Junior, not just in English, but also in French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese! We can only guess what this skilled dog will learn to do next! Who knew that dogs could understand so many different languages? What we do know is that this is a video that you are not going to want to miss!
The black and white Frenchie is a huge fan of the car rides with his owners, Walter Ledermuller and Emanuele Zaubert, who document their rides and share them on Junior’s Facebook page! Languages are not Junior’s only forte! He came to viral fame when Emanuele posted a video of the two singing, once again, in the car! What an interesting and amazing dog!
Overall, Junior seems like such a happy and energetic dog! His owners must take amazing care of him; playing with him, taking him for long walks and even giving him the best dog food! Junior has brought so much joy into their lives and surely he will bring joy to yours as well!
In reality, dogs recognize <a href="https://rumble.com/v38ogx-funny-great-dane-squeaks-while-speaking.html" target="_blank">sounds</a> (or gestures), they don't understand language. If you change the language, the sounds coming out of your mouth are different. A dog learns to associate the sounds (or gestures) a human makes which precede the dog's behavior with subsequent consequences provided by the human.
Pets are love and pets are life. Whether you like them or not, you can’t deny the fact that they put some rainbow sprinkles on your day, figuratively speaking. All pets are wonderful, but if there is one species that is able to turn up the party, then it’s definitely our canine friends. The French Bulldog, specifically, is an affectionate and playful breed known for its wrinkly, smushy face and bat-like ears. They require a bit of patience during training but are incredibly intelligent and eager to please. We are sure you will love them as much as we do!
If you love smart little French Bulldogs as much as we do, we are sure you would just love the next Frenchie video. This brave cutie of a <a href="https://rumble.com/v5twh3-skipper-the-florida-frenchie-on-a-pontoon.html" target="_blank">French Bulldog Goes For Thrilling Boat Ride</a>! Can you imagine? He knows how to spend his summer time! And he looks like he has a lot of fun! Skipper the Florida Frenchie takes over as captain of the pontoon while on Lake Tarpon in Florida. Awesome! Well, hello captain! With his cute little outfit, he looks like he has so much fun! We wish we could hang out with Skipper!
If you love dogs as much as we do, share this video on social media or tell us a story of your beloved four-legged pal in the comment section below.
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