And Now, A Musical Interlude

Symphony in C-Minus, with beagle and squeaker.

(Hat tip: Scissorhead Purplehead)

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4 Responses to And Now, A Musical Interlude

  1. sos says:

    Drove my dog Avery right up the wall. It’s hard to tell with him if that’s good or bad tbh.

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  2. spotthedog says:

    Jazz improvising! Cool man, I dig it!

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  3. Lsamsa says:

    Leia seems to have quite a nose for music.
    Sorry, someone had to. I’ll go now.


  4. Mary Ellen Sandahl says:

    Bravissima! That’s wonderful. She’s obviously exhaling into the little tube on purpose to make tones. Hounds are musical by nature. When they hunt as a pack they seem to tune their howls to each other the way wolves do when they’re engaged in a group howl.

    Our late revered pug used to demolish squeaker toys to get to the squeakers, but it didn’t lead to musical performance probably because we took them away asap, fearful of choking (he had to be saved from that on one very scary occasion). He had an immense repertoire of moans, deep groans, supersonic sighs, warbles, outcries, huffs, pants, etc etc. He only howled a couple of times, when he heard a very tiny puppy howl on TV.



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