Science Says Your Dogs Really Do Understand What You Say to Them

“Dogs ultimately want to please their owners,” says Gregory Berns, a neuroscientist from Emory University in Atlanta. Your dog understands you and tries to reply in its own way to make you happy. So, if you constantly talk to your doggy and consider yourself more like a dog parent than a dog owner, you are not a weirdo. And if science says so, we gotta go with it!

At Dogs Empire, we thought that you’d like to learn more about this research and here are the main things you’ll want to know about your future conversations with your furry friends.

Pet dogs can distinguish emotional expressions in human faces.

Science Says Your Dogs Really Do Understand What You Say to Them

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Our dogs can truly understand us when we’re talking to them. Well, not every single word we’re saying, but at least some of the words we’re using. Moreover, as research has shown, it’s all about our facial expressions. Dogs carefully watch how we express our emotions through smiling, crying, etc.


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