Most people assume that the noises pups make when they speak to their Mommies and Daddies are simply generic sounds meant to get attention, and that the meaning they convey have more to do with context than an actual language.
But what if barking and whining is a specific language, and every sound is a different word?
If that’s the case, it would explain why Max, a beagle pup of six months of age, seems increasingly frustrated by this conversation he’s attempting to have with his Daddy! When he barks or howls, Daddy will make similar dog-like sounds back at him. It sounds fun, but this pup just can’t take it! Is it because Daddy is saying gibberish? Is he making no sense at all? Whatever it is, the pup sure is exasperated by it!
Max is so frustrated that at one point, he even puts his paw on Daddy’s back, as though to attempt to guide him in the right direction. I wonder what he’s really talking about! Do like and share!
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