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Do You Talk to Your Dog? Catch What This Cute Dog And Dog Mom Say

If you’re a dog mom, more than likely you can’t agree more that dogs are family. And like family members, you talk to your dog. In fact, science says that talking to our furry family members is a sign of our intelligence. Nicholas Epley, a behavioral science professor, recently conducted a study on this very subject. In fact, he encourages dog lovers to keep talking!

So if you’re chatting with your dog as you read this, you’re one very smart cookie!

through a game of ball, a dog and her pet parent share uplifting messages with each other

Dishing with our dogs

A dog’s sweet expression, those chocolate chip eyes gazing at me…melts my heart every time. It’s like being fluent in an unspoken language of dog love—a caring and kind communication that our furry friends share with us daily.

Without saying a word, our canine companions speak volumes…and fill a place in our hearts with lasting love.

Related article: Joy & 16 Other Feel-Good Words Dogs Teach Us

But what would our dogs say if they could “speak hooman” and have a conversation with us? If you’re ready for a little doggo cuteness and “happy talk” from Happy-Go-Doodle Chloe, please check out this smile-bringing, feel-good video. OH, and wait for it…don’t miss the outtakes at the end.

For a feel-good moment, catch what this dog and dog mom have to say

Four dog-friendly messages for your daily dose of happiness…

  • Kindness is catching.

  • Care is in the air.

  • Teamwork makes our dream work.

  • Love can’t wait.

If you talk to your dog, then you know that dogs are life’s great connectors as well as teachers. They inspire us to live in the moment, catch all the fun we can, and never wait for a chance to love, hug, or smile. (And, for an extra smile today, please check out our My Dog is My Best Friend Quiz.) Finally, Chloe and I “talked” and we both did not want to miss this chance to say…


Thanks for stopping by, for allowing us to share happiness and positivity with you, for taking the time to read a story or share a comment. We hope we’ve brightened your day brought a smile, a laugh, or even WOOF.

through a game of ball, a dog and her pet parent share uplifting messages with each other

Do you talk to your dog? We’d love to hear! Please comment below.

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Doodle kisses and tail wags!

Chirpy Cats

Thursday 7th of September 2017

Love Chloe's happy face! Yes, we talk to our cats all the time. In fact, my husband who is Mr.Tough Guy, would often have long conversations to with our cats. When I ask "oh what did you say?" He goes "I wasn't talking to you, I was talking to Scout. He was asking Scout, the cat, her opinion about whether he should wear that shirt for a business trip! 😹

Regina Phalange

Monday 4th of September 2017

SO CUTE! Loved the video! I talk to my dog all the time and she is the best listener!


Tuesday 5th of September 2017

Awwww...thanks! You made my day! You and your dog sound like the best of friends. Tail wags and take care!

Tenacious Little Terrier

Saturday 26th of August 2017

Oh all the time! Mostly about things he cares about though. And he knows a lot of words at this point.


Sunday 27th of August 2017

Isn't is fun to think about all the words our dogs know! I'll bet Mr. N has a large vocabulary!

For The Love of Paws

Friday 25th of August 2017

I absolutely carry on conversation with my pups!! They are the best therapists. ;)


Sunday 27th of August 2017

So true! They are our therapists...friends...coaches...teachers...and family members.


Wednesday 9th of August 2017

Yes! Sometimes I think he understands! 😂 Cute video hope Chloe didn't run into to you too hard.


Thursday 10th of August 2017

Awww...thanks! I'm happy you enjoyed the video! Oh, and Chloe didn't run into me hard. It was just so unexpected! I laughed...and I think Chloe did too!

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