Do you speak to your dogs??

@dorothy09 (1520)
Philippines
July 6, 2008 7:09am CST
I speak to my dog always as if he can respond me.. I always talk to my dog and thank him for always at my side. My dog is my best bud and my baby.. I am just lucky to have a dog which is so sweet. How about the others..do you speak to your dogs
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@polachicago (19073)
• United States
7 Jul 08
I talk to my dogs every day. In fact I also talk to my cat. They like to hear my voice. They like when I talk with soft voice and when I say I love them.... They like to hear..."good girls" and "good dogs"....and much more.... HUGS
@cellmusic (101)
• United States
6 Jul 08
Yeah, I always talk to my dog. I can also tell him everything wrong, because he is about the only thing that will listen and not say anything. My dog is my best bud too. He's so adorable.
@hopejordan (3566)
• Australia
6 Jul 08
hi there dorothy09 i don't have dogs but i do talk to my three cats and they are so smart and when they go on top of the table they know they aren't allowed on the table when i tell him to get off he gets off take care happy postings
@qhwater (393)
• China
6 Jul 08
i have no dog now, but i ever had one before. yes, i always talked to him. actually i do believe that he can understand us. and he always know what we mean. sometimes when i asked him to stand, he stood at once. that kind of thing always happened. what lovely dogs!
@newtondak (3950)
• United States
6 Jul 08
I do talk to my dogs - just like they were my kids. I do think that dogs understand the things that we say, or at least they seem to.
@palonghorn (5483)
• United States
6 Jul 08
I always talk to my dog, and I've always talked to all the dogs I've had over the years. She is my buddy, and my guard dog, mainly on guard when her 'daddy' tells her to watch mommy, and keep an I on me, when he leaves for work. On those days he tells her that, she stays right by me all day, lol. She is very attentive, and I have never agreed with those that say dogs don't understand what we are saying.