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Lovely! There are those who say that dogs just need to talk and knowing this, Christina Hunger proposed that her pet break all the rules and be the first of its kind to ask for food, to be taken for a walk or to play ball communicating as any human how so? This is the incredible story of ‘Stella’ and its great ability that has surprised thousands on social networks like Facebook and Instagram.

Christina Hunger, its owner, is a speech pathologist and designed an elaborate board with buttons that have different words and with which the year and a half dog expresses everything she feels and wants. This 26-year-old girl from San Diego, California, wrote in each one words like “outside” with which she asks to go for a walk or “ball” when she wants to spend a fun time in the courtyard.

In addition, he created a page on social networks like Facebook and Instagram where he shares videos with the admirable achievements of ‘Stella’ that is already able to ‘say’ 29 words. And it is that its owner was encouraged to try the technique that she uses with children of 1 and 2 years to teach them basic words and that they learn to communicate with ease and yes she did it.

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I AM MIND BLOWN Last night after coming inside, Stella said “Come eat come play.” I was pretty sure she meant that she wanted to eat dinner then play, but I asked, “Do you want to eat or play?” To clarify . • Stella licked her lips, paused, and responded, “Want come eat.” After Stella ate, she immediately dove at her toy and started playing. • AHHH! This is amazing for so many reasons! Stella told me a sequence of two things she wanted to do. Then, I asked her a question containing two options, and she answered with a short phrase confirming her original message! Stella even expanded her own phrase from “Come eat” to “Want come eat.” The speech therapist side of me is completely amazed, and the dog mom side of me is incredibly proud. Yay, Stella !! • • • • • # hunger4words #stellathetalkingdog #proud #slpsofinstagram #speechtherapy #AAC #ashaigers #slp #corewords #SLPeeps # slp2be #aacawarenessmonth #earlyintervention #languagedevelopment #dogsofinstagram #dogmom #dogglot #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #doggling #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #doggling #doggling #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #doggling #doggling #dogglot #dogglot #dogglot #dogglot #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #doggling #dogglot #dogglot #dogglom #dogglot #dogglom #dogglot catahoula #blueheeler #smartdog #dogcommunication #mydogtalks #animalcommunication #interspeciescommunication #loveanimals

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The dog started her classes since she was 2 months old and although at first it was not easy to learn to touch the buttons, she is now an expert and is able to spin different words.

“Everyone deserves a voice. Inspired by my passion for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and by my love for dogs, I am using my experience in speech and language to show how much dogs can say when they are given the opportunity to learn! ”, Christina Hunger explains on Facebook.

A recent video shows how ‘Stella’ is disturbed by a noise outside her home. Using his legs press the buttons with the words you want to express. “Come,” “Outside,” are the ones chosen to tell your human that she hears something that worries her and is coming from the street.

The different recordings on Facebook or Instagram of the dog during their classes have stolen the hearts of thousands who applaud that this experiment has shown again that dogs are smarter than many believe.

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