Any dog owner who loves his pet very much is ready to talk for hours about the fact that his animal is the smartest in the world. Dogs are really smart and trainable. Especially diligent owners manage not only to teach their four-legged friend the simplest commands, but also to make the animal speak.
If the dog is not by nature silent, then there is a chance to teach him to pronounce the simplest words. The easiest way to train dogs is by exchanging a correctly executed command for some delicacy. Stock up on the food your dog loves the most and start training. Show your dog a treat and ask the dog to say "mom." Repeat many times in a row: "Mom, mom, mom …", while showing the dog the cherished treat. After he tries to repeat the word, feed him.
If the dog has learned to pronounce the word "mother" clearly, then you can complicate the task and make it so that this word serves as the answer to the question. Ask the dog to pronounce a word, and then ask some question, for example, "Who is the most beautiful in our country?" As at the very beginning of training, keep asking the question until the dog is used to answering it.
Having mastered the word "mom", the dog will most likely be able to pronounce it and vice versa. When the dog is hungry and asks to be fed, ask him to say "Um!" - sooner or later the dog will get used to it.
Best of all, dogs are able to imitate the sounds [a], [p], [y], [m] and [z]. To train your dog, try to choose short words that contain exactly these sounds. The words must be pronounced clearly and loudly, while the dog must look at you and see how you articulate.
Not all dogs can imitate sounds, this is a natural talent. But this does not prevent many animals from conducting dialogues with the owner in their own language. Just talk to your dog like a human, ask him how he’s doing, etc. Most likely, the animal will answer you with long dog tirades in different ways. If you do this constantly, you will notice that, depending on the mood, the dog barks each time with a different intonation.
Train your dog to listen to a human voice. Most dogs are very eager to listen to songs - sing to the dog yourself or turn on the music. The dog may start to howl to the beat. Next, you can train your dog to sing on command. Tell her "Let's sing!" and sing along with her.
An intelligent dog can be taught to communicate with you without the aid of a voice. From childhood, show him objects that somehow relate to his life, tell him what they are called. Teach your dog to point at them when he wants something. Let him bring you the ball when he wants to play or the leash when it's time to go for a walk.