My Dog Can Talk

Lila Bangsawan By Lila Bangsawan, 3rd Sep 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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She really can talk with her own ways. She communicates her willing and gives warnings.

Her Name is Biwi

My dog's name is Biwi (read as "Bee-Wee). She came when her age was one month. My friend gave her to me as a gift because she knew I love dog very much. Biwi has beautiful and cute eyes. Her hair is white and black. She was rather naughty when she was still one till two months of age. Biwi always wanted to bite something because her teeth were itchy, but she never wreck anything. I thought that was normal behaviour of a puppy.

Biwi Find Her Real Master

From some books I've read, a dog always search for its master, although it has been taking care by a family. Biwi is not an exception. Month by month, actually, Biwi tried to search for the real master for her own amongst my family: my husband, I my self, and my two sons. I could feel that Biwi has chosen me as her master in my family. Biwi always want to be close with me. She sits beside me where ever I sit or lie down. She waits me when I am busy with my households. And now, while I am writing this story, she is lying down beside me.

Biwi Can Communicate Her Willing

Biwi is a smart dog. She has learned a lot of things, especially how to communicate her willing to her master. When she want to eat, she will bring her plate to me and barking. She also know how to greet me every morning, that she will sniff my hands and sway her tail.

When Biwi need to go out and the door is closed, she will bark many times and run to the door. Do not stop right there, she also will jump to the handle of the door, hoped that I'll open the door. When I've opened the door for her, she will thank me with licking my cheek.

Biwi's Warning

This dog also has warned me some dangerous things and safe my life many times.

There are many snakes roam around the housing where I live. The snakes sometimes slither into the houses. One day, I just came from my office and went to my kitchen in order to prepare some dinner for my family. Biwi walked beside me with her tail swaying. Suddenly, Biwi jump in front of me with her growl. A long cobra in front of her face. My step stopped at once, and I screamed in shock. Biwi fought against the cobra for almost five minutes before then my husband came and caught the cobra. Biwi had saved me.

Season changed so fast, summer to rainy. Wind blew. Biwi walked here and there in anxious. She bit my trousers with her growl and asked me to stand up from my deep reading. Assumed that Biwi need to drink or eat, I stood up. But suddenly, a big and old tree behind my house was creak and its trunk punched the roof of my house precisely on the place where I sat before.

My dog can talk with her own ways. This is a matter of how we as human beings translate dog's gestures and talk with this animal. My dog try to understand me and vice versa. I love her so much.


Dog Activities, Dog Story, Gestures, Smart Dog, Talk, True Experience, True Story

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
I am a teacher of an elementary school. I live in Bandung-Indonesia and have 2 sons. I will write on travel as my writing focus because I was a traveler around Indonesia areas when I was young.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
8th Sep 2011 (#)

What a marvelous dog your lovely Biwi... and what a marvelous article, thank you Lila:0)

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author avatar jayababy
8th Sep 2011 (#)

I envy your dog, Lila. We used to have two pets sometime back.

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author avatar Buzz
8th Sep 2011 (#)

Great article on your pet dog, Lila. Thank you.

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author avatar juny
8th Sep 2011 (#)

My kids loves dog/s, yes dogs..we have dogs at home...3 adults and 3 puppies.

thanks for sharing :)

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author avatar Sheila Newton
8th Sep 2011 (#)

Loved this. My two cats communicate their every need to me. I can relate to this article so well.

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author avatar Retired
9th Sep 2011 (#)

What a lovely story...dogs can be so loyal to their masters...thanks for sharing....

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author avatar Shreeja
20th Sep 2011 (#)

I love dogs :) thanks for sharing

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author avatar Bridgitte Williams
8th Nov 2011 (#)

Wow! :-) Nothing like a life saving dog, you are very lucky! Great article and I am following you.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
19th Feb 2012 (#)

Dear friend Lila Bangsawan,

Please come back to wikinut.

Congratulation on being the Wikinut author of the day!

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