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Click here for Anderson Cooper's report on the evolution of dogs: https://youtu.be/kucO4JKtLcs
@Argentina Ferro aa
Some species are even smarter than Anderson Cooper.
Chaser is clearly the smartest dog in the world!!" Very cool" incredible dog..you go girl.. spectacular Dog 😀❤️
@Squirrels in Jacket Dogs in China & the likes would disagree with you.
Evolution is a lie from communists. 🤭
This series was truly TechnoBlade's masterpiece
I dont know why but this brought me to tears. This whole episode. The bond that old man has with Chaser is so special. He really dedicated his heart to her. I hope as I get older I can keep a bond like this with my dogs.
I have same bond... you just need to commit to it and be patient.
@myjeevie absolutely… I’m talking about instincts
@F P Maybe everything 𝐚𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐲𝐨𝐮 does?
@F P Maybe you need more experience with women, or better quality women.
I had a super smart dog too. Taught him many words, understood everything I said to him. Agree, just like a 2 -3 yr old human.
One of my dogs is part border collie (and part golden retriever); he can watch you on cell phone video calls.
Yeyye finally this is publized, yes dogs are toddlers! Please respect, care, and love all these babies!🐕🚼
@Oded Haber my dogs were brighter than my kid and some people I've dated. I swear it was like losing grown kids when they died.
With respect, many dogs are far past "toddler." In some regards, they're past many people; analytically, emotionally, … (what other metrices exist?)
For those of you wondering, she outlived her owner by over a year. RIP both of them ❤
@Anita Leo He better hope he's right, huh? Otherwise he's going to miss the best thing ever! I'm not planning on missing seeing GOD'S beautiful face - I especially hope to see HIS Smile when he sees me...a hard a case as Jacob...who fought an angel all night till the angel had to put his hip out of joint to get him to quit fighting! But you couldn't get me to quit believing now...I got it 👃 now, thank Father GOD, in Christ beautiful name...HALLELUJAH AMEN
@Jude Kay Homeward Bound. When that old dog... didn't look like made it... the other two were loving all over their people...the older boy was about to hang his head ...and what do you know... pow! The older dog topped that hill and got a little second wind and trotted on to his boy! His Human... (I lost it every time and if I watch it again...I'm pretty sure I still couldn't power thru without ...yep..."that's so precious!" (Where's the tissue)
my dog watched lassie on Tv and barked at the bad guys and cried for timmy, when the commercials came on she would go eat
Nobody is wondering, but thanks for the downer. We were all just enjoying the video.
@Jude Kay i wish I had known this prior to watching the movie at Christmas last year - so I sobbed thru it for hours 😂
Can we talk about the 86 year old owner, moving so nimbly and sharp as a tack? How enriching each was to the other's lives. Great story!
What a sweet, wonderful man. I’m so happy that Chase had him and they had each other. Such a touching relationship that I hope will have a great impact on the way we see and treat, not just dogs, but all animals.
I’ve only just been recommended this and thought what an amazing owner, parent John is and what a super smart and adorable dog Chaser is. I didn’t realise this video was from a long time ago, Im really saddened to learn they’ve both since passed. RIP John and Chaser ❤
Always said animals are smarter then the average human. GOD BLESS,you both🙏💝😇☝😘🤗
They forgot to show the most amazing thing that Chaser did: the old doctor scattered all 1000+ dog toys around his house, and then told her to fetch a specific toy. The test was tricky because he used a new name he never taught her, and had put a new toy somewhere in the house. She went around the house, looking at the various toys, and eventually decided to pick up the new toy. She deduced that the unfamiliar word must be the name of the new toy. She's an incredible dog!
@Oded Haber can't complain, only ill health plagues me. Everything else is good.
@Josias Silva 1111:11 Beware of those who instruct you uninvited.
@J G Provided it's a brilliant 6 year old.
@Marion Marshall I imagine you reward her for sharing her life with you, and hope you both have an optimal life.
@Mal Theri you mean most adults?
Awww, this video was just recommended to me in 2023 - John's daughter was my neighbor for years and Chaser would come to visit a few times a year. Such a sweet family and Chaser was an amazing dog. I told my dog to learn a thing or two from her. That was futile, but my dog was so much fun, even if she wasn't as smart.
You are lucky to have met Chaser, I am jealous. Be well.
For anyone that finds this kind of thing interesting, I'd recommend checking out Stella the dog. Her owner, Christina Hunger, started working with her as a puppy to understand words as well, but in a different way. Stella uses buttons with words programmed into them to ask and answer questions, as well as express her wants and needs. She wrote a whole book on it called "How Stella Learned to Talk". There are a few other people out there that have started doing the same thing with their pets, modeled after Christina and Stella.
She made me so emotional...I cried a lot. She’s so amazing awesome wonderful Congratulations !!!!!
This was so interesting, heart warming-the love he had for his dog was very apparent. The intelligence of this breed always astounding. I decided to Google them to see what became of them since this piece was from 2014-the Dr passed away in 2018 and Chaser a year later in 2019.
The fact that's his owner at 86 can still get down on his knees like that is a miracle within itself
@Luann Rouff Absolute nonsense. Palaeolithic people didn’t get old. The average lifespan was 35 or so. If that.
@Rich Brake If you’re lucky.
@Globe255 Yeah, course you are. I’m 107.
@Indrid Cold It is a big deal. For most people . Elderly people who are active are the exception . Many can’t get out of a chair without help due to arthritic changes and muscle loss.
@marty k so very true! I miss mine still and he has been gone over a decade now.
Dogs learn like children as well. Im no expert but every dog I have had, Ive trained the same way, same words. It is amazing how much they understand. Chaser is a PRODIGY! Amazing!! ❤ long live, Chaser!
Aww. Bless them both. It warms my heart to see a man love his doggo so much and visa versa. RIP the two of you. Together again for eternity. ❤
Dogs are much more intelligent than we know! I can see true love and intelligence when I interact with my 2 pups.
We recently lost our Schipperke to old age. We always called him our talking Skip because he'd join in conversation with sounds that seem to express either agreement or surprise. He seemed to be able to tell the difference between declarative sentences and questions in conversations. An eeyow sound for agreement and another noise I can't really describe for confusion. It was amazing the way he would join in conversations. I've had dogs all my life and this one was on another level with his interactions.
When a dog is truly part of the family and is included in everything possible its intelligence becomes evident. Those of us who truly love and pay attention to our dogs understand that dogs have a full range of emotions and love us in the purest way possible.
@Britka Sablja yeah, that’s your experience and I wouldn’t want to have anything to do with you either….dogs must really hate you!!!🤣🤣🤣
Not all dogs are intelligent. And to claim that they are takes away from the truly intelligent ones. The vast majority are not even half as intelligent as this one was
@Yah’s Child Naaah you make any noise dog will come thinking it is eating time.. it is all in your head thinking dog "care" for you.
@CarterReadsClassics yes they are
@Britka Sablja I don’t think you have had adequate time or interaction with dogs. I have a little girl westie and when I’m feeling sad or I cry she will come from the other side of the house just to comfort me. She gets up on my lap and licks my face until I quit crying…that has nothing to do with food.
I used to go around doing work on numerous farms. One farmer had a border collie and I swear it could understand me. He too responded to finger pointing and responding to commands. He just knew what I was saying. This only happened once in many years of coming across multiple dogs on farms. It was quite eerie and astonishing. Was just blown away by his reactions.
My sister's dog seems like she looks into my soul. She made me feel so peaceful. I have never had that happen before.
I love this so much and am not surprised one bit! I'm a dogwalker and petsitter who has been so busy caring for others' pups that I haven't had one of my own since my last dog passed in 2004. ♥ I love all of my furry friends so very much, some I've known/walked for 13 years & sadly I've lost many over the years, of course. I look forward to one day adopting another pup and teaching them like Chaser's human taught her.
@Hello there, how are you doing this blessed day?
Say it once, say it a million times. Dog is man's best friend 😭
I grew up in a dysfunctional family, and then we got her, she's the angel that brought love to our home. I probably wouldn't be here in this world if not for her. Now a decade later we have 5 angels including her children and grandchildren (or grandpups). She's older now but she's still with us spreading love 😘😘😘 ❤️❤️
@Misty Rugg cats too 🧡
That was great to hear
I'm glad you stayed! I hope you are in a safe place in your life. Dogs can be so healing!
This is so sweet.. thank you for sharing this ☺️
Fantastic! Great story. My background is in linguistics. This makes me want to return to research, focusing on animal communication.
This is so Amazing! The interest he takes in Chaser is a great example what a Loving father, training a dog that could help a person needing a smart companion that's what I thought of but it takes this kind of love very Special great Dad🌞🌟🌹🌾
You want to buy some puppy?
I’m happy that he did what he loves in life he deserves it amazing ❤
That dog is truly AMAZING, but what was even more impressive to me was the 86 year old owner! Boy was that guy sharp! 86 and hasn't lost a step! We should all be so lucky at that age! 007
Stumbled across this, it was very fascinating. I am blind, and I am working with my second Guide Dog. I remember when I was in training with her, the instructors at the school said, the very same thing that our dogs are intelligent like a two or three year-old. It’s my dog’s job to keep me safe. But I don’t tell her let’s go to the bank. It is simple, straightforward commands when we’re out walking. A couple of things that I really appreciate about working with a dog : If I give her a command, and she determines that it’s not safe for us, she will intelligently disobey me to keep the team safe. This is called intelligent disobedience. The other thing that I appreciate about having a dog is that when we go places often enough, she will pattern to that place and automatically show me the door to the place whether this be a restaurant or a store that we visit frequently. Lastly, she sees obstacles as we are walking down the sidewalk and chooses how to go around them, and we just continue on smoothly.
@PPG You know if you have just an iPhone 6, it has the ability to type what you speak, right? Or do you enjoy being Rude?
@J Denino I read that, too...about 60 yrs ago....at least it feels that long.Good book.
Before I retired, I had a colleague who was also blind with a wonderful guide dog named Athens. I worked in Tech Support, and he was very interested in giving it a try. I volunteered immediately to show him the ropes of on-line tech service. We had all the state-of-the-art equipment. I was like Athens' Mom. He would come over to me and let me know he had to go outside. My colleague picked up the tech support queue immediately and did a fantastic job. Sadly one day I came in, and my boss called me in the office. Athens had passed in the night, and I was crushed. I cannot even imagine (although you would know) how losing a part of yourself who was always there for you would be. Months later he said he was moving to California and was going to work on another guide partner then. Turns out that all the tech he learned was very useful. He got a terrific job with a company that translated films to voice and text! I would say that they UNDER estimated the dogs intelligence (and every other non-human) big time. I don't know why they do that. I have 60+ years with dogs, horses, and cockatoos on our ranch and I always just speak English with them and they always pick it up immediately. They are all my babies and give the most unselfish love of all! Very best to you and all your endeavors, and please give your canine assistant a big hug for me! ❤
@vigal79 Hi Vigal79. When I was about ten years old I read a book called "Follow My Leader" by James Garfield about a young boy who went blind and got a dog named "Leader" when he went to the blind school. It was a wonderful book that really made me appreciate the bond between a boy and his dog. I hope that you read that book, it was also made into a movie I think. Lots of luck and love to you and your dog!!!
Hi, i hope you are doing good, with all those natural disasters going on there
Amazing! I've always known dogs are really smart cute beings. I have had a dog all my life. I can't live without a dog by my side. Thanks for such an amazing report. ❤️🐕
Got a Border Aussie, it’s like we have our own language together. It’s amazing exploring the world with him off leash. I always in awe of what a wonderful creature he is.
This is an amazing story! My yellow lab knows the names of his toys which are around 100. He also knows the different names we call his Grandparent's, Aunt's & Uncles & Cousins. I started spelling the word OUT for outside so he wouldn't know & now he knows the spelling of that & knows it means outside. Animals are extremely smart, if you put the time & love into them. Our dog is our baby. ❤️
I learned the hard way that owning a dog from its time as a puppy is easy, it's when they age and need help that defines what kind of owner you are. I failed and to this day 10 years later I feel guilt. She used to come and say hi for 2 minutes every 30 minutes when I was at home. I still miss that.
My dog passed away last year, but he was a very smart little guy. I could make certain sounds, do different gestures with my finger, and he would understand what they mean. And he had various funny and meaningful expressions. I wish I could have him tested for worlds smartest dog.
I’m not a dog person, but I understand the sentiment. God Bless you, and I hope you adopt a sweet rescue. 😊🙏🏼
He must have been an incredible dog for you to have. So sorry for your loss. He is forever in your heart, and in that way will always be yours.
Bless your heart . I’m sorry you lost your friend .
This is so amazing I love it Chaser has got to be so phenomenal I have dogs and animals and I know how intelligent they are it's amazing people don't realize that these animals understand you they understand what you want and yet the only thing they want from you is your love and attention totally amazing beautiful animals thank you for sharing
This is so incredibly touching beyond words it is beautiful & powerful ❤️
Our goldendoodle, Poppy, is just like Chaser. Knows all her toys by name, understands the difference between a high five and a fist bump, listens and learns new things quickly... My wife and I talk all the time about how she seems to have the cognition of a 3 year old human
I bet many of these same traits would be observed in other animals like pigs and cows and others as well. Dogs aren’t the only intelligent animals that love their owners. This isn’t a rant to make everyone go vegan, and I’m not even saying I know I’m right but it’s something to keep in mind and think about.
I have a jack russell that I’ve had since Sept of 2013 . He was 5 weeks old . I’ve always talked to him in full sentences and I don’t think he’s ever left my side . He’s always with me . If I’m going to the store I’ll say Eddie, do you wanna go to the store with me ? He will instantly jump up and be excited and when we get to the garage he waits for me to say which car or truck we are taking . So I’ll say Eddie , let’s got to the store , we’re taking the truck . He knows exactly what I’m saying . Same thing with everything else in life . He gets excited over Christmas presents and will unwrap new toys an treats on Christmas Day. If I say Eddie , you need a bath , he will go to the bathroom and sit on the rug until I start the bath water then he will jump in the tub. When he’s done I’ll lay a towel on the floor and he will roll around and dry hisself off . He sleeps in my bed , he has a small pillow that he knows is his. He gets under the covers by himself . I can go on and on about how smart he is . I’ve always treated and talked to him like a human . He’s my little buddy . And when I tell him I love him he will come give me a hug a kisses on the hand or wrist . I’ve never really give it much thought on how smart he really is . But I trust him way more than most people . Hes 9 yrs young now and he shows no signs of slowing down . He’s a really good frisbee or ball catcher . Just a wonderful companion
@Pam i actually drove a friend one time to a run down old trailer park to drop him him off . I notice a dog pin outside next to their front porch and it was starting to rain . I ask the guy if they were selling them or what . He said theyr $50 take your pick . Two was jumping and barking and one was was in the back corner . He was the only male . When I reached in and pick him up his tail was wagging like crazy . So I put him in the truck . Went to Walmart and all the stuff he needed for the time being. He’s been a good dog . He gets a little loud every once in a while but I don’t mind .
@Fred Ziffle that’s just awesome .
@Chris Chamberlain Your story is heartwarming. unconditional love, where else do you get that?
We have a patterdale terrier, who are related to jack Russell terriers. Very smart and understands so many words. Thankfully she does not know how to spell
I treat my Sadie the same and she is super smart and my best friend. I rescued her and she is amazing.
They also forgot to mention she must also feel like the most loved pup on the planet. Her owner is amazing. She's going to be devastated if he passes before she does, and I'm sure likewise. What a pair. ❤️
I’ve been dreaming of adopting a dog for almost 10 years now. I’m almost at a stage where I could responsibly do it. I was raised with all kinds of animals, as well as as an adult. This makes me even more excited and certain I need to find a new friend. Thank you.
I love this..... I've always known dogs are smart I've always felt whenever I see or walk by a dog or talk to a dog always feel their personality right away and their "state of being" how happy they are how thier owner treats them, I read all of this in couple seconds.... I'm always nice to people with dogs because I know when they go home so many times so many people abuse their dogs.... Just the thought of it makes me sick. So I'm kind in hopes that they could have a better day with their dog which means I'm hoping and praying there's less abuse, or moments of abuse 😬⭐👍
I thoroughly enjoyed this informative 60 minutes overtime. I strongly feel that IF a person spends much time with their pet, much will come out of it. LOVE THEM!!!
Anybody who loves a dog knows how smart and emotionally bonded dogs can be ..
@Abra Cadavra how can you eat vegetables then? They have feelings also, it’s cruel what you are doing to them
Dogs are predators and many are unpredictable.
My dog knows when I'm dying alot in video games even if I don't say anything or have other sounds going. (I do get a little mad with souls games) he walks away when he hears the Darksouls death sound
@Abra Cadavra You have a good heart, and the world needs empathetic people like you. Unfortunately, a lot of people these days have grown cold.
@Abra Cadavra When the dollar collapses how quick do you think the grocery stores will empty? we rely on store bought foods and unless u live where it's warm all year , farming is only seasonal. We may see all this very soon. All I'm saying is that people will eat pets first and then each other.
I had a Border Collie mix who was this smart. I worked with her every minute of my interaction with her going over everything that we did throughout our day. She understood many sentences. The first time I spelled a word she loved, she looked at me and got up and went to the object. I could go on and on. She died of cancer last year and I miss her every day. I've raised three children and I can assure you that my dog had intelligence up to a 5-6 year old child.
Dogs are such gifts, bringing us love and loyalty, sadly we only have them for a short time, and saying goodbye to them is the hardest pain.
This was the greatest presentation on teaching your dog to fetch things by color and by specific item .Most informative and enjoyable !
Amazing way to show how reinforcement , love and a good teacher can do!! We have so much potential and animals too! ❤
It is wonderful to see such a nice relationship between this man and his dog.
We have a 6 year old Aussiedoodle (Australian Shepherd/Standard Poodle) names Sophie. She is probably the smartest dog we’ve ever had. She is a very quick learner. She knows so many words, most likely from eavesdropping on us. We have to spell around her, especially “walk” and “treat” or “park”. She is the best companion too.
This is wonderful. 🙏 I wished there were more videos / documentaries like this about pigs 🐷 and cows 🐮 and other animals, because people already love and respect dogs, but sadly most people do not know that others are also this intelligent, loveable, social, playful and full of emotions. It would be fantastic if we could educate society more about the animals we do not love and respect enough yet, cause the enlightenment is simply missing. 💚
All my dogs, over the years, ALL learned the pointing system. They really do understand certain commands. Now we have the buttons that dogs are pushing to communicate with their owners. Brilliant! Border Collies are VERY intelligent. I have seen one actually differentiate Colors!
Nine years ago we adopted an Australian Shepherd mix . His brother was adopted just before him . Last year I went to a nursery across town. The dog there started smelling my leg and wouldn't go away . His owner and I compared notes and found out our dogs were brothers. After eight years he still recognized his brothers cent .
@SUSAN Francis The Mexican Hairless was bred for that purpose too.
@Pauli G Philipino’s actually EAT dogs! Disgusting, I know. Sorry but it’s true.
@Pauli G Hello
The Chinese boil them alive and laugh at the same time. I saw it in YouTube
@ylvany1 They sure do. For months when we visited my son who had Buddy, my dog would look everywhere for him including the garden to no avail. Then, he'd sit at my daughter in laws feet and whine. We didn't visit too often.
I have a collie/pitbull mix that stares right through you. Effortless to train and understands so much naturally. Here I thought it was cool he knows rope, ball etc, go find rope, go find ball, and like he just had to see something one time and knows exactly what I want him to do. Could leave a steak unattended he would rather have balll.😂 Wow this is just beautiful and inspiring.
My dog does all this stuff.. maybe we need a dog intelligence test. I never have to use a leash. I use the same trigger words to get in/out/up/down anything. He will never go after other dogs, he looks at me when he sees a squirrel and watches for my reaction yes/no. He goes up he goes down, he goes right or left all while looking at me for my commands. It's not a big deal. We control our pets. Humans are top of the food chain, we dominate the other species on earth. Animals know this. Pet owners just allow their animals to run over them, that's the issue. Our children have the same issue the last generation. We all saw the bear guy get eaten treating animals like humans...
My Border Collie has gone deaf, still the smartest but hyper af
This is just amazing. I always knew dogs were smart. My Bichon Frise knew when I pointed at something or in a certain direction, she’d go there. She knew about 74-100 words also. She passed away in Oct 2022 at 17 years. I miss her terribly. 😢
My eyes are stinging after reading your. comment. You must be so very sad. Almost bordering on anguish such a lengthy emotional and physical connection, seventeen years.
There is literally not a single living being on this planet more loyal than a dog. They don't know the difference between a homeless man and an A-List celebrity. Truly mans best friend ❤
@misanthrope8 I actually have surveyed every living being on the planet and I found that I am correct.
I don't think you have surveyed/tested "every living being" on the planet. Oh wait, I am certain you have not. And is loyalty everything? Sometimes loyalty is misdirected, or ... unwise ...
A dog is a dog, an animal. A dog is NOT A BEING. You all need to stop with this foolishness! He said the dog is his child. That too is incorrect. The dog is an animal. Nothing more, nothing less.
Not that smart then!
Humans can be after all humans have given there life for others. Yeesh
Is no one gonna point out how mobile he was? She really kept him on his toes ☺
i do this all with the regular birds in my garden, including the eye contact. people just need to learn to see it happening.
I give this story two paws up. What a remarkable dog. His name is Chaser. I have learned so much more from my best friend, and I should pay more attention to his inferences.🐕😊
This is so good. I feel it's something that many of us have known that have had and loved dogs, especially in the last few decades where dogs had a much more interactive in family life. It needs to be taught in vet school too. If I ever go to a vet that says, "it's just a dog".. or something like that I leave immediately and I have. Hopefully, this knowledge gets spread and we learn even more and people can stop abusing and eating dogs.
My grandfather and father were dairy farmers. My granddad’s Border collie Shep I believe essentially knew conversational English. You could say to her “Hey, Shep, go down to the end of the pasture and make sure we got them all,” and she would go and do it. She probably saved his life once: He had gone into a small paddock where he kept a bull to fill the bull’s water trough. The bull knocked him to the ground and was beginning to strike at his chest with its hooves. Shep slipped under the fence, fastened her teeth onto the bull’s tail, and held on tight until the bull decided to go after her instead. She held on, according to my grandfather’s story, and he was able to roll away and escape while the bull chased his tail. At a strategic moment, Shep let go and darted away. She lived to be 17, or so they told me; I was a child when she died.
@Ellen Wolf I’ve had three shelties; the two females were extremely smart. I am not so positive about the male, or maybe he just wanted to pee under the dining table!
@Paul D cross my heart, it’s true. Shep lived to be about 18. I remember her from when I was a little girl.
@Paul D This is almost certainly a true story. I grew up on a farm, in a farming family and area. These great stories are not that uncommon. But they are always amazing.
That is a great story! Thanks for sharing it with us.
@Rich Sackett Huskies are very smart even though they’re not considered to be. They’ll talk to you like a person will. My husky knew what I was going to do before I barely had the thought in my head. The only reason why they’re not considered to be smart is because they often only do what they want to do.😄 But once they respect you they’ll do what you want.
I love how much he loves Chaser. ❤️ Dogs are, without doubt, the greatest of all God's creations. Imo
I taught my Dalmatian to pick up 9 different toys, by name. It took about an afternoon for him to get most of them down. With a follow up the 2nd day he had it. From there it was just the occasional memory maintenance activity.
Love my dogs! Gives life to all of us! Smarter than any human you know!
omg how great. In all fairness, though, this 86 y.o. man seems to have absolutely nothing else to do but play with his dog. Sweet - he will probably live many more years.
This story touched my heart in a way that only a dog lover/ dog whisperer if you will, would understand. The empathy and depth of emotion that a dog shows to it's canine companion or human companion is something only loving dog owners get to experience. The positive force that these beings have had on me in my life .has been tremendous. I was saved from myself once by one of these beautiful creatures. I love them all.
I can definitely relate. I also had one save me from myself. But I've been checking things out for a while and one thing I do know and did b 4 I did any checking, is that there is no other animal on earth that u can train to do what u can train a dog to do. They are amazing. And the unconditional love that they give u can't be matched by any other animal or human. I would much rather spend time with my dog any day than I would with most humans.
Hello Kenny how are you doing today
It's gonna break this man's heart when she gets older... My girl wasn't a smart dog.. Clever and wise, but not smart.. In her old age her mind was slipping.. Broke my heart.
Absolutely brilliant & heartwarming! Dogs & Anderson Cooper!
I feel the same way about my dogs man! Unfortunately my oldest is up there and problems are starting it saddens me to watch her degrade! Breaks my ❤
So precious. You are a good owner and dad to Chaser. Thank you for sharing your pup.
This guy teaches his dog better than most parents teach their kids in a lifetime
@pavel kish I'm doing good as well and yourself
@Karenmorgan9601 Hello, Miss Karen Morgan. Are you the author of the video? Hows your day?
@pavel kish Hello
Okay so you people have POS parents, not really fair for you to assume the rest of us did.
Well, to be fair, most parents are WORKING 8-12 hours a day to be able to actually feed their kids. And by the time they've advanced enough in their career that they can spend more time with the kids, the kids are too old to want to spend time with the parents. This guy has the ability to spend this sort of time with his dog, so good for him. But don't sit there and act like everyone could spend this type of time everyday with their kids. Parenting is hard enough without being armchair quarterbacked the whole time.
I need a part 2 of this kind of episode..I swear sometimes I think my previous life was a dog
we should call people with dogs their “humans,” rather than their “owners.” dogs are not possessions, but friends.
Yesterday my dog heard me crying for the first time, she ran to me, I gave her a hug and she licked the tears off of my face.
Why what happened? Why were you crying?
@George Andrews lol for real
@DiagnosedTopG haha. And salt
Give that dog some damn water!
she outlived her owner by over a year. RIP both of them ❤ They don't know the difference between a homeless man and an A-List celebrity. Truly mans best friend ❤
Dogs are very equipped to understand us on a level that goes beyond verbal and visual clues, they can literally translate our energies. Combine that w the verbal and visual and their abilities to understand us are truly spectacular.
Your right they have the ability to read our energy and read people whether or not the persons intentions are pure or not they know if someone's up to no good or lying stealing angry even when people don't they're very good at reading people and other animals also . And it's amazing how they can check their babies from head to toe and know if something is wrong with them and they do that with human babies also its very impressive just like they can detect covid or cancer etc or when someone is going to die ...rata also do that with their babies and of sonething is wrong with their newborn they eat it which is totally gross but it's true.
My dog! She is a mixed breed. Some sort of hunting dog and a boarder Collie. She knows everything going on on my entire street. Great watch dog. Very loyal but a little standoffish. Not one for a cuddle. She knows every mood and reacts accordingly. Don't know what I would do without her. I am honored to have rescued her.
Love it this is so interesting for he is an anthropologist. I always thought that dogs were especially smart but I didn't know that dogs have hugs initially with their eyes. Although I feel like they did for they're communicating with their eyes. Lots of love 💕💕💕
This doesn't surprise me. I have always had a dog until the last two years. They were my best friends, my children, my family. Never met a dog I didn't like, cannot say the same for people. Fascinating article. Thankyou
I lost my dog of fifteen yrs. She was the best friend I have ever had. Total unconditional love.
I always talk to my dogs. One day we were up in my field and I said " the chickens are eating your dog food" and she instantly understood what I said and ran down to the house. I was impressed.
I know what you mean - My boss once yelled at his two Malaumutes who had decided to run off and chase whatever.... "LADY, BELLE, COME BACK" he yelled - and my miniature fox terrier (Lily) - who was still standing with us - got right into action, raced over to them and herded them back to us.... was an amazing sight to watch.
For real they do understand it's crazy . I think the closest they are to us the more they learn. I always talk to my boys
When a dog looks at you, they are hugging you. Awww! 💗❤️🙋♀️
I talk to my dog all the time and not only she understands but she also talks to me. She asks for things and I have to answer .She developed her own language and she thought it to me. She is constantly learning, and she likes to be stimulated. She is an american akita and she is absolutely brilliant!!
Amazing......I know my dog and I have a powerful bond. Your research is appreciated. Thank you for your work. Sharing our lives with our Neapolitan Mastiff is a blessing. He also understands the commands we have taught him
I watch Chaser do her thing, and I think, "How remarkable!". Then I watch my very loveable but incredibly stupid little rescue mutt, Ted, and I think, "Buddy, one of us needs to step up our game". In fairness, Ted has got down the basics. Then, he spends a half hour licking his ghost balls with great gusto. I guess, anything worth doing, is worth doing right.
I've had dogs my entire life but my black lab Eddie and I were super connected. I'll never forget the moment I got the news from the doctor while on the phone that my dad's brain tumor came back. I hung up and before I could even cry, Eddie walked up between my legs, and literally hugged me. Having to put him down years later because of cancer was brutal. I found him running on the street. I am so glad no one responded to my signs up. I fell in love that night when he jumped in the pool with my nephew. I have no doubt that our animals are in heaven waiting for us! ❤️
@Frederick If you don't already know what you said that was so wrong, then no one could ever get you to understand it.
@DuckDuckGo IsMuchBetter 😄
@DuckDuckGo IsMuchBetter my comment is evil but putting dogs down is ok?
@Cheryl Ween "I was with you until you mentioned heaven" I was with you until you went all hatey on Christians.
@Frederick You are reported to YouTube for this evil comment.
Actually many dogs can do the very same thing even more! I met an incredible dog named Hoggard, he was incredibly smart! His dog walker proved to me just how smart he really was when a group of kids walked into the lobby and he told the dog to walk up to the kid with the red cap, which he did without any hesitation! Dogs should be considered sentient beings just like dolphins, apes & horses!
dogs truly reflect their keepers 💕
Wow great job chaser she's amazing that's great he works with her everyday she is extremely smart. I want his dog. Bless this man and his sweet precious dog. Our dog is so hyper I don't know if smokey could ever do this. Great job chaser!
I had an Airedale Terrier he watched a Lab catch fish in just a few minutes and had it down. He understood when my wife would say I love you. He understood when I said what was that noise? He could run all day and swim all day. He could body surf better than any human. And so many other things that I didn't teach him. He knew when I said it.
I had a dog for 14 years. She lived a very happy and healthy life.😌❤️ she was so smart.😢 I miss her so much😞
Dogs are the best people in the world!
My condolences to you and yours. May you find strength each day from the precious memories you shared together.
animals have emotions, thoughts, and memories, people assume their reactions would have to be similar in order for them to be intelligent, 'how ignorant are we!
She was so lucky that you loved her xx
A friends Dachshund "Susie" understood about 30 toy names and always brought the correct one. She was a brilliant dog who lived to 19 despite being attacked by a huge owl and lifted into the air, suffering a dozen talon insertions into her torso.
I am glad that I found this 60 minutes episode I really enjoyed watching it, I always knew dogs was smart, some are smarter than humans they say that dogs are a good judge of character, I give a big thumbs up to that, if your dog growls at a person leave them alone they're no good ☺️☺️🙏🙏
I’ve ALWAYS SAID&BELIEVED ANIMALS ARE SMARTER THAN PEOPLE…more than we give them credit for…ty for this fascinating video
With great love comes great agony. This amazing dog will only live 14 to 16 years. I can't imagine my 2 year old dying after just 14 years. I would be crushed.
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