Google Translate for Animals

Google has a cool new tool out today that you might want to check out.  It’s called Google Translate for Animals, and it could really strengthen the bond you have with your pet Schnauzer.  No more wondering what our Schnauzers are trying to communicate with us.  Simply use your mobile phone and decode their language.

We used it on Kaiser today and he let us know that he was hungry and then wanted to take a nap after chewing his bone.

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8 Responses to “Google Translate for Animals”

  1. I love an April Fool :)

  2. I just fell off my couch laughing at this.

  3. That is a whole lot of creepy right ostdiue your door. I think I’d be afraid to leave the house!! You are one brave dog, Hawkeye. Congratulations on your award. We love reading your blog.

  4. oliver stern:I recommend you send them to Acute Politics. Many of our regular soldiers have a good background in military history…it’s what draws them into the service. Ask them how many American soldiers they’ve met and on what basis —besides what they read in the biased press — they have come to their conclusions. Might help to remind them that an uninformed conclusion is also called “ignorance.”

  5. il titolo e' fantastico, temo pero' sia un colpo ad effetto per attirare l'attenzione…in effetti, non so se ti e' capitato di vedere/sentire l'autore, mi e' sembrato uno spostato che giustifica pienamente il titolo!

  6. I collect majolica from Linda Ketterling. Her selection is amazing and she is a delight to deal with! For those of you in Central Florida she will be at the Antique, Vintage & Garden show at the Orlando Museum of Art this coming February!!

  7. Tip top stuff. I’ll expect more now.

  8. Germany may well have an exit plan for Greece, but it can’t work at a physical base in Germany. The ATMs in Greece have to be able to dispense the new currency.You underestimate the Gemans. These are the people who coordinate to hog beach chairs at every resort on the planet.Filling up Greek ATMs with drachmas will be a doodle for them.

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