She answers my questions with her barks and sometimes it looks like she gives me that occasion head nod to either agree or disagree with my level of reasoning. But talking to your pet doesn’t mean that you should check yourself into an asylum. It simply means that you consider your pets important enough to listen to what you have to say. But how does talking to your pet help you or your pet? Well let's take a quick look at these positive points.
Benefits of Talking To Your Pet
There are some pets that will really sit and enjoy a good conversation with you. They will appreciate the fact that you really share what's on your mind with them and that makes them feel close and special. Some good conversation holders are Dogs, Cats and Monkeys.
2. You feel Stressed Relief
Many people talk to their pets because it helps them to overcome stress especially if they wish not to talk to any human being and just simply want a listening ear.
3. It is Fun
If you are a pet owner, Cat, Dog, Pig, Bird etc. and have not sit down and have a full blown conversation with that animal you are just missing out on a whole lot of fun. One of the sweetest point in animal conversation is when you ask your pet a question and it really answers in its own language. So let us say you and your dog is sitting outside on the veranda and you say, "Hi Doggy, what’s up?" Then your dog makes a bark as to say, "Am Good." Then you say, what are you doing out here? And the animal replies again with a bark or two. And if he does that after all or most of your questions, your pet is really digging the conversation!
4. Simple Commands Are Reinforced.
So you and your pet dog are out on the patio and you have been trying to get your dog to respond to the command sit all month long. When you develop that conversational training and you yourself does that sitting action to let the animal understand what it means to sit, you are basically reinforcing simple dog training commands. It can go the side of the cat too. Regular conversation with simple commands thrown in a line or two, will in fact help your pet to understand those training commands even better.
What more can I say, There is simply isn't negative point in talking to your pet. They are animals, they have life and they are practically the best listeners.