If you have a dog, you know they often seem to have a clear understanding of these and similar words. And to indicate that understanding, they give that intense, meaningful stare, or they leap up with excitement, ready to take part in whatever fantastic idea you just shared with them.
Your dog gets you. I mean, he really gets you.No, really — he actually does. So say scientists in Hungary, who have published a groundbreaking study that found dogs understand both the meaning of words and the intonation used to speak them.
Canadian voice actor/comedian Andrew Grantham has been called a “master animal anthropomorphizer” and although that’s a mouthful, I have to agree. His Ultimate Dog Tease is one of the most amusing talking dog videos I’ve ever seen. It’s really and truly funny.
It had already been established that dogs respond to human voices better than their wolf brethren, are able to match hundreds of objects to words and learn elements of grammar, and can be directed by human speech.hey process language using the same regions of the brain as people, according to the researchers, whose paper was published in Science.