Ever wonder what your dog is thinking when you talk to him? Especially when our pets “talk” back to us, we thoroughly enjoy our conversations. With squeaks, growls, yips and howls, dogs try their best to communicate with us.
Dr. Stanley Coren, an expert in animal communication, says that dogs can learn up to about 165 words. That’s a lot to learn in a language that for them is ESL! So what if we could learn dog-speak? In this hysterical video, Clyde and his human dad have a conversation about getting a kitten, something Clyde apparently wants very much.
When dad explains to Clyde that he went to the pet store and saw a tabby kitten, the dog gets very excited. It seems that this is not the first conversation Clyde and his dad have had about getting a little cat for the dog’s very own.
Dad draws out the story, adding details that Clyde listens and responds to with hilarious expressions. He wants dad to finish the story and get on to seeing the kitten.
But dad’s having too much fun, so he describes in vivid detail his trip to the pet store and everything he saw there.
Meanwhile, Clyde is getting a bit antsy. Still, good dog that he is, he listens attentively and responds appropriately. A very patient dog is our Clyde!
Finally getting tired of all the extraneous verbiage, Clyde says “Oh, come on!” You’ll die laughing at this exchange!
Watch this video and listen to the comical discussion between a man and his best friend. If this doesn’t make you laugh out loud, nothing will! Then share it on Facebook and show it to your friends. I bet after watching this one, you’ll never look at your own dog’s efforts to communicate quite the same way again!