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He he he . . . I just asked my kids if they were ready for dinner, and when I turned around I had a brown dog staring at me as if to say, "Well, yes I am." If it is a word he understands, he always assumes I am talking to him.
 

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He he he . . . I just asked my kids if they were ready for dinner, and when I turned around I had a brown dog staring at me as if to say, "Well, yes I am." If it is a word he understands, he always assumes I am talking to him.
Similar for us but it's the word "Hungry" say it around Milly and she thinks you are talking to her! Same with walk, drive, treat, food, dinner, brekky, yums... lol.
 

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So many times when having a conversation you will get a reaction from your Lab and then try to figure out what magic word you may have uttered. Their understanding human language is always amazing to me. I can't understand one bark of arf so who is the more intelligent?:D
 
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