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Wordless Communication That Speaks Volumes
Some people say dogs cannot talk but that is actually far from the truth. They may not talk with words but they speak with body language, facial expressions, posture, and vocal utterances. These emanations come in the form of barks, whimpers, groans, whines and growls.
While we do not understand the significance of every nuance, there are definitely variations to growls and barks that other dogs grasp intuitively. Some would argue there is nothing actually being said and that barking is a generalisation of threat and safety pitches or an outlet for energy. That barking has no higher purpose than to keep predators away not to specifically tell us anything. Perhaps so, perhaps no. Most dog owners will emphatically disagree with this claim and assure you that yes, those sharp clips of sound definitely mean something. Maybe even a very specific something.
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