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03-03-2014 06:31 AM
TommyB681 I think Penny has a stinky attitude sometimes so I wouldnt want to hear the things she has to say about me lol. itd be like being on a comedy central roast
03-03-2014 03:20 AM
Shaolin I can only imagine what Finn would say to me.

The only nice part would be knowing the difference between Finn wanting to go outside to potty and go outside to sniff in the grass. Other than that...I'm sure it would dissolve into what you'd hear siblings say:

Finn: Abi stole my bone!
Abi: You stole it first!
Finn: No! You had the small one!
Abi: You had the big one!
Finn: Oooh! Found the ball...let's go, let's go, let's GOOOO!!!!'d get old real quick.
02-27-2014 11:37 PM
Sri lol
02-27-2014 10:18 PM
brembo I invented this years ago for Border Collies. I simply ripped out the little recorder in a greeting card and recorded "ball...throw the ball". Anytime a BC moves/breathes/is alive hit the button. 100% accuracy.
02-27-2014 10:11 PM
Sri Interesting!

Now if they could only make a device that will translate human to dog brain waves. Then I could say to Frodo "Lets go play ball. And if that nasty dog comes barking and growling at the fence, run back to me and we will both turn around and stick our tongues out at the dog." I would buy that any day.
02-27-2014 04:24 PM
carmspack oh sure work on the least practical thing first -- there were times when this would have come in handy dad and baby communicator "

“The brainwaves differ quite a lot from different races as well as individual dogs,” NSID writes on their website. “However it is possible to detect some common patterns and we have no doubt that in the future this technology will open up a vast new era of communication between dogs and humans, or animals in general and humans.”

02-27-2014 01:30 PM
Originally Posted by MichaelE View Post
I believe the inventors of this device have never owned a dog.

I think most of us here can interpret our dogs sounds without the use of an external device.
True. Dex is pretty obvious. If he wants to show me something or wants me to go someplace, he grabs my hand in his mouth and takes me over there. Most of the time, its to show me he found MORE dog poop at the park but sometimes he also finds a dead bird or squirrel.
02-27-2014 01:26 PM
lennyb Sunflowers..Would have come in handy today when I didn't understand that Hans's weird posture on the treadmill meant that he needed to poop....

That's funny.. Sick but funny..
02-27-2014 12:17 PM
Sunflowers Would have come in handy today when I didn't understand that Hans's weird posture on the treadmill meant that he needed to poop....
02-27-2014 12:14 PM
Blanketback "I'm hungry - but I don't like this!" rotflmao, do we need that one? Ha, I hope they have a good return policy because that phrase will probably get worn out in a hurry.
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