THE DOGGO BOOK by Alan Ira Gordon
Dog-Speak or DoggoLingo (alternately at times referred to as woof, bork or yiff) is the idea is that such words are a dog’s own idiom and are purported to be the thinking words that go on in a dog’s own brain. In other words, cutesy changes to everyday words that we idiot humans assume that a dog would speak if he or she were having a conversation with a person.
For both parties in the hooman-doggo relationship, it’s upbeat, joyful and, let’s be honest and face it, both the dog and person are completely and mutually-clueless in their own relentlessly friendly way. Because we speak completely different languages. Which is why we invent internet languages like “DoggoSpeak” to at least imagine what’s going on under our canine companions’ thinking caps. And I’m pretty certain that the dogs have come-up with their own “HoomanSpeak” dialect to explain to each other what
they think we’re saying. They’re just not telling us about it. Yet.
Which leads us to The Doggo Book, to express how wonderful it is to have our four-legged friends in our two-legged lives.