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Did You Know That Dogs Can Distinguish Spanish from Hungarian?

Looking into the language comprehension of dogs and how to boost your pet’s innate social skills

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Dogs are sensitive to human emotions. They can pick up on specific cues in our voice, our body language, and the environment that tells them what we want them to do.




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Rui Alves

Rui Alves

Mindset Coach & Web 3.0 Digital Disruptor. Founder of Beloved and Rock n’Heavy: Exploring ideas that leapfrog ahead: 💡

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