You may think that your dog understands the words you’re saying, but that’s not necessarily the case. In two easy exercises, we’re going to show you how to connect with your dog without a word.
Last time, we asked you to spend a week giving commands in a language your dog doesn’t know. This time around, you get to communicate with your dogs in a language you thought you didn’t know.
I would like to let you know how you were able to help my family during the recent floods in Brisbane, Queensland. We have two dogs, a four-year-old Groodle named Honey and an 11-year-old Labrador-Kelpie-cross named Blueberry.