Dog Barks – interpret what your dog or cat is saying!
If you’re interested in werewolves, you’re probably also interested in dogs. And, if you like dogs, then more than likely you probably want to talk to your dog. In case you don’t already know how, then ignore the rest of this post. But if you don’t know how, there are now products on the market that let you translate a dog bark into human words!! How accurate is this? I don’t know, but I’m telling you we are fast on our way to really talking to animals. So, if you’re still looking for that present idea for your loved one, let’s look at dog bark deciphering machines. In 2002, the Bowlingual was introduced which translates a bark to a text message. It’s supposed to be a fun way to be able to tell what your dog is barking….it works by categorizing barks. Meowlingual – a similar product, but for cats was launched by the same company in Japan (not available in the US). Another dog bark reader / translator used in jails (I have not seen it available for sale to the public) is called Doguard which interprets specifically a dogs “Alarm Bark” (which apparently all dogs have), triggering the security system when it goes off.