When I’m asked what languages I speak, I often want to answer “Woof.” After all, I spend a great deal of time communicating with my own dogs, helping improve the lives of dogs I don’t know, and understanding dog body language and behavior. So why isn’t “Woof” a language? Not only do I speak it to 4-leggeds, but I love connecting with 2-leggeds who speak “Woof,” both online and in person.
We are Dog lovers with a capital D. Those of us who speak “Woof”…
- take our dogs on vacation with us
- go out of our way to find forever homes for homeless dogs
- volunteer our time at shelters and rescue organizations
- sometimes go without to provide the best for our dogs
- are opposed to BSL
- invite our dogs to sleep with us
- don’t pat the head of dogs we don’t know
- don’t think crates are jail cages
- give dogs the space they need to feel comfortable
- love Pit Bulls
- have bucket lists for our dogs
Do you speak “Woof”? If so, thanks for sharing how in a comment below.
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