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If your pet could talk

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Dr. Suzanne Hetts shares why it’s important to understand common pet behaviors and how it can help you help your pet live a happier, healthier life.


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16 Jan 2011 1:58 am

lalyquinonez said:

dogs and all animals arent as simple as some people may believe.especially since they cannot talk,but actually there body language is a more accurate form of communicating, how do you think Ceaser Mullan could have a (stranger)dog do what he wants without saying a word? if you learn dog's body language(which is simply paying close attention to your dogs actions and reactions),you could "communicate" with your dog.Sadly you cant ask it 'how was your day?'.when someone learns to do that,Let Me Know!

29 Jun 2010 5:58 pm

ilovejasperm said:

i think that if pets could talk then they would all be house broken and there life would be so much better ja ja ja ja LOl (why cant they talk )?

26 Apr 2010 5:20 pm

ravenpierce90 said:

Thanks for that wonderful video you had about if your pet can talk.

06 Apr 2010 4:32 pm

Re-Re said:

Thanks for that wonderful video you had talking about if your pet can talk.

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