you can find out what your dog has been trying to tell you, with
Bow-Lingual Dog translator by takare.
your dogs' barks into one of six emotions: happy, sad, frustrated,
on guard, assertive and needy
-Provides a phrase matched to the emotion to represent what your
dog might say if it could speak
-Home Alone Mode allows the system to translate while you are away
(up to 12 hours)
Maintains a record of the 100 most recent barks
best on adult dogs
Okay, we all know our dogs talk to us, don't we? Bow-Lingual is
a fun device to put your knowledge of your dog to the test. We've
tried it on our three dogs and we were impressed! Just as we thought,
Dancer is "on guard" or "assertive" and Tilli
is often "frustrated" because she wants to play when we're
working. Bruno rarely makes noises but when he does it's a "sad"
why did you leave me. The phrases the system uses will make you
laugh and more often than not, you'll agree.
You start by selecting
your breed from one of over 80 breeds built into the system. If
your breed isn't in the list (ours wasn't), you can select your
breed by size of dog and the shape of the snout. Then attach the
sending unit to your dog's collar. You can now begin translating!
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You'll want to use our tag silencers to eliminate any tag noise
the unit might pick up.
The sending unit is 3.25" long so it won't fit very small breeds
We can only ship this item to the USA and Canada.
"The Dog Translator" Now $79.99
Sending Unit: 3.25 inches long, 1.5 inches wide, 1 inch deep. Weighs
1.6 ounces. Uses 1 AAA battery (included)
Receiving Unit: 6.5 inches tall, 3 inches wide, 1.25 inch deep.
Weighs 1.6 ounces. Uses 4 AAA batteries (included)
colors are more than cosmetic.
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Each color operates on a separate frequency so that a household
that wants to use the Bow-Lingual on more than one dog at the same
time can. Just order one red and one blue.
Science Behind Bow-Lingual "The Dog Translator"
Developed by experts in acoustics and animal behavior, the Bow-Lingual
uses voiceprints to determine what your dog is trying to tell you.
Bow-Lingual is the result of years of work by multiple organizations.
The researchers created over 5000 voiceprints of different dogs
and determined that there are six fundamental patterns to their
barks. They then worked with animal behaviorists, veterinarians
and dog owners to identify which emotion was being expressed. From
this the Animal Emotion Analysis System (AEAS) was developed.
The Bow-Lingual dog bark
translator analyzes your dog's barks using the AEAS, then selects
one of nearly 200 preprogrammed phrases to represent what your dog
is trying to say. The phrases have been selected to reflect the
emotion expressed, as well as to entertain by capturing the natural
playfulness of dogs.
Sample Bark Translations
I'm ready to play.
I love you!
Great... Let's go!
I'm on top of the world.
Look at me!
I want to help you!
Show me more!
I feel great!
I'm ok- how are you?
I miss you.
I feel sad.
Please don't forget me!
Please take me out of here!
This is too much!
I want some fun!
Please play with me!
Please be quiet!
Please listen to me.
You can't beat me!
I don't like it.
Leave me alone.
Just try it!
Please play with me some more!
Spend more time with me.
We need some quality time together.
Let's play more together.
I need a friend.
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