Most people make their voices higher pitched when talking to their pets. But does this Pet-Directed Speech have any influence on animals?
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Pet-Directed Speech May Convey Intentions In Subtle Ways
"Animal-behavior researchers have now shown for the first time that PDS varies in subtle ways depending on what the dog and owner are doing together..."
Here's Why You Talk to Your Dog Like It's a Baby
"Perhaps some us really do consider our pets to be like kids, or we get just as excited about them as our actual children. But there's another aspect as well: New research shows that talking in this high, sing-song voice makes dogs pay more attention to us."
7 Tips to Keep Pets Cool in Hot Weather
"Dog owners should be particularly careful about taking certain breeds out in the heat. Flat-faced dogs, such as Pugs and English Bulldogs, can overheat more easily because they can have trouble panting, according to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (SPCALA)."
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