Can your dog read your mind?
Our canine companions have become more than just pets, they are family.
They seem to want to comfort us when we’re sad, protect us when we’re scared, and play with us when we’re happy.
They spend the rest of their time with us, ready to respond to any emotion or situation we may encounter. But the question remains: Can your dog read your thoughts?
When did man begin to befriend and domesticate dogs?
Not surprisingly, dogs were among the first animals domesticated by humans; It is difficult to say exactly when. Depending on what the research says,
domestication may have happened 15,000, 20,000, or more than 30,000 years ago.
The first domesticated dogs were similar to wolves, but they eventually evolved into the current breeds through domestication and purposeful breeding.
Canine bones (without the remains obviously belonging to wolves) have been discovered throughout Asia and Europe, indicating that side by side living with dogs was common throughout the world. Clearly, this domestication was beneficial to dogs and humanity.
As pack animals, dogs have been involved in a social hierarchy since the beginning ,
which has allowed them to adapt well to human society.
Studies have shown that dogs are able to make decisions based on human body language,
verbal commands, and whether or not they are being observed.
Behaviors that we might incorrectly call mind
-reading or empathy are simply how dogs interact with the outside world , including their owners.
Can your dog read your thoughts?
Dogs can sense their owners at every moment and begin to act accordingly.
When it comes to responding to human behavior, dogs use a three-factor method: cues, context, and experience.
Dogs also pay attention to body language and nonverbal expression.
In these situations, dogs have the ability to anticipate and interpret our intentions, rather than relying entirely on verbal commands.
Things like gestures, cues, or even just staring at an object or situation give dogs clues as to what’s on our mind. Even if you were just opening a can of beef to eat, the dog’s ears and nose would still stand up,
and saliva would start flowing. What matters is the context and experiences the dog associates with these activities. As a dog owner, I see that dogs react to many things:
the tone, the bow, the degree of sympathy in our voice and the look of our faces as well.
Before you think about fetching a towel, taking a bath, or bringing your car keys for a trip to the vet, your dog will have disappeared to avoid going to the vet.
On a positive note,
when a dog sees his owner reaching for a collar hanging in the closet or fetching a favorite toy
he’ll be ready and ready for a nice walk or play session.
Dogs have the same senses that we do. However, some of their scent is better than ours.
As for the degree of their understanding of what we want to do, it is a question that needs a lot of contemplation. Dogs have behavioral intelligence that is governed by genetics and with little training and socialization.
Can dogs diagnose and discover their owner’s disease?
Your dog will easily understand when to go for a walk outside the house and when to offer him a favorite treat
When it comes to dogs’ ability to get to the bottom of the human condition, one case remains the most fascinating: dogs’ ability to detect disease.
Forget about dogs being able to interpret their owner’s words, actions or body language,
and that’s no small feat, but even more impressive is the dog’s ability to diagnose bladder
prostate, colorectal, lung and breast cancer, among others.
With training and exposure to the same urine odor associated with the disease,
Dogs have been shown to detect these conditions in 98% of cases.
often exceeding currently existing medical tests.
There are many stories of patients who say they finally went to see a doctor because their dogs were licking their arm, stomach, etc.,
And they ended up diagnosing and finding a problem in that part of the body.
Trained dogs can also recognize symptoms of an epileptic seizure or low blood sugar in people with diabetes.
and providing the first line of defense in helping those whose lives are in danger.
Dogs and cats may have the ability to sense when humans are close to death.
This is also confirmed by some nurses in nursing homes, where the pet stays with a patient who is about to die.
So, if you are a dog breeder and lover, you are a lucky person.
. Because you have a wonderful friend, a friend who is not only able to read your mind
, but is able to share with you all the moments of your life without exception.