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I sure as heck would not.... but every once in awhile I sure wish that I could read my puppy's mind.... She cries a lot and usually nobody can figure out why ( she is healthy ).....

She cries to go out and potty - sometimes.

She cries that our other dog won't give up her bone / toy to her

She cries because she is bored.

She cries when it is time for a meal and we're 5 minutes late..... it's amazing that way...

But she cries at times when nobody can figure out why..... when that happens I really wish I could read her mind. :)
 

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Yes, yes, and yes I would like for them to talk ... I want to know where it hurts and why they are so insubordinate at times. LOl! :)
 

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Only if she sticks to the "if you don't have anything nice to say...." rule. =)
But it would be handy to know when she has to go out, or when she has to GO OUT! lol

Oh yes...and so she can tell me when she doesn't feel good and has to stay home from doggy daycare.
 

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I would love for them to be able to talk. It would make life with Ozzie much easier if I could just explain things to him. And I think Tyler would be a funny guy and would make me laugh a lot as well. I would also like to know more about their lives before they came to live with me. I imagine Ozzie and I would have some intense conversations about the state of humanity.

I would also love to know what they truly think about me, what their favorite activities really are and what I should cook them for dinner.


And I second what Abbylynn says as well... it would make when they feel sick so much easier and less stressful (for me) if I knew what the problem was.
 

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Absolutely not. It would be like the annoying four year old child saying,"Mommy, mommy. Mommy. Mommy.mommy!! Mommy!! Mom! Mom! Mom! Mom! Moooooooommmm!!! Mom?! Mom? ...mom?"

I can only imagine that it would never end.
 

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And I second what Abbylynn says as well... it would make when they feel sick so much easier and less stressful (for me) if I knew what the problem was.
Me too...

Last May I lost my Aussie. He had a tumor in his stomach. We had no idea until the day before that anything was wrong. The vet said that dogs, as pack animals, hide their sicknesses and injuries. If we had known sooner maybe he could have lived.
 

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Absolutely not. I have an insane Lab. I'd rather not know what is going on in his head.
 

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99% of the time no. I think Summer would be okay to talk to. She's got a kind heart and is always a good girl.

But Mia? She would criticize everything. She'd never shut up. She would speak her mind on everything. She already tells me off more than I'd like.
 

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Andy is a momma's boy. He would crawl in my skin and live in it, if possible. I think being privy to his innermost thoughts would disturb me.
 
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