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Do dogs respond better to a baby voice ?

When speaking to your dog, does putting on a slow, high-pitched voice help it understand you ?


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Comment icon #1 Posted by Lilly on 5 August, 2017, 11:14
I tend to talk to my dogs (especially when puppies) like I would to veryyoung children (toddlers). When they become adults my speech changes a bit (more like I'd speak to a 4-5 year old). I have always used consistent terminology and tend to keep my voice lower toned in general. I don't use the high pitched 'baby talk' as I find it can overly excite puppies and seems a bit silly with adult dogs. I use a great deal of body language and quieter low toned commands.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Darkenpath25 on 5 August, 2017, 11:28
I think its when you use a higher pitched sound in your voice when you speak to them . Seems logical And its how much you speak to your pet train just like a child so they respond to your demands , to love, or discipline.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Sir Smoke aLot on 5 August, 2017, 11:28
They respond best to such commands, my dog hates loud tone, especially when he hear people fighting and if someone try to command in such way he just leave. As if he was saying '' dont be an idiot calm down then come to talk to me '' Adressing dogs in cultured and calm way does wonders, as with people, mostly.

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