Hunger for Words Talking Pet Starter-Set
Recordable Buttons for Dogs, Talking Dog Buttons, Teach Your Dog to Talk
Hi! My name is Christina Hunger. I’m a speech-language pathologist and the founder of Hunger for Words. When I brought my new puppy Stella home, I quickly started drawing connections between speech therapy and Stella’s communication. I wondered: If dogs can understand words we say to them, shouldn’t they be able to say words to us? Can dogs use AAC to communicate with humans?
I put my theory to the test and started teaching Stella to use these pawsized buttons that I programmed to say, “outside,” “play,” and “water,” so she could express a few simple needs. A few weeks later, she said her first word, “outside”! We continued expanding Stella’s vocabulary and now have over forty words that Stella uses to communicate her wants, needs, and thoughts on a daily basis.
After I introduced this brand-new concept to the world, thousands of pet lovers just like you have followed in our footsteps, using the “Hunger for Words Method” to teach their dogs to talk, sparking an animal communication revolution! I also wrote a book, How Stella Learned to Talk, to share our full story and to teach as many people as I can how to see and harness their own pet’s communication potential. I am so excited that you have started on your own communication journey with your pet. I hope this journey is filled with love and joy, and helps you build a deeper, more meaningful relationship with your own pet. I wish you the best of luck!
Love, Christina and Stella
- TEACH your pet to speak like Stella the dog with these recordable buttons for dogs
- DEVELOPED by speech therapist Christina Hunger, the creator of the talking dog movement
- RECORD simple words like “outside,” “play,” or “bed” with 4 dog communication buttons
- DISCOVER insights and tips from the step-by-step teaching guide written by Christina Hunger
- LEARN more from the book How Stella Learned to Talk, available now
Brand Hunger for Words
Number of pieces 4
Requires: 2 x 1.5V AAA batteries and a Phillips screwdriver (not included)
CAUTION: Not a dog toy. Adult supervision required. Remove or replace if damaged. Seek veterinary help if your pet damages and swallows plastic, batteries or internal electronic components.