Universal Dog Language

Universal Dog Language

Things I Wonder: Is there a universal dog language?

Or do dogs in other countries bark differently? If you took an American born and raised Chihuahua to Mexico would it be able to communicate with Mexican Chihuahuas? And do northern dogs have different accents or dog sayings than southern dogs?

For example would a Canadian Husky bark something like "Woof, eh?"

Or a dog from Minnesota bark "Woof? Yah. You betcha."

Or a southern dog say "Woof, ya'll."

Or is barking simply one word with unlimited meanings like: "Timmy fell in the well!"

or "Feed me, feed me, feed me."

or "Throw the ball so I can chase it. It's crazy fun. I could do this all day."

or "SOMEONE IS WALKING NEAR OUR HOUSE! SOMEONE IS WALKING NEAR OUR HOUSE! SOMEONE IS WALKING NEAR OUR HOUSE!"

Or is barking just noise designed to raise awareness of dogs? I wonder. 


Photo By Anita Peeples

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