Funny Dog Emma Says...
Funny dog Emma has some pretty good quips for us humans. The problem is, of course, that she speaks Dog and we speak Human.
Fortunately, I've studied Dog over the years and can pretty well interpret for you (into English) so that you can now enjoy the wit of this dog.
Of course, there often isn't a direct translation between the two languages, so at times it will be my interpretation of what she is saying. However, I think you'll like the results anyway.
Who knew that dogs have a sense of humor? Lassie didn't. The Littlest Hobo didn't. The Tramp (in Lady And The Tramp) did, but he was a cartoon character! Maybe Beethoven did or Marley, but it was hard to tell. That's why I decided to work with Emma.
I must admit, this has been a challenge - but a fun one nonetheless.
So, what does Emma think of all this fuss being made about communicating with humans? Well, let's let her explain in her own video below.
Well, I guess you can see the problems I might have in translation! She does talk a lot however, so check out the photos below to see what I think she's saying.
Have I Made Any Mistakes In The Funny Dog Translation?
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