Have you ever heard a dog sing? If so, you soon won’t forget it. Just like people dogs love to vocalize their feelings and often it’s in the form of singing or howling. It’s amazing to watch a puppy when it first realized the power of its own voice. They will often sit for hours trying to exercise their vocal cords. Sometimes they do this in the middle of the night and can wake up the entire neighborhood. But one has to admit that when a puppy starts to sing, it’s a heartwarming experience. Even if you are not a dog lover you probably have found yourself watching videos online of dogs singing or even trying to talk to their owners.
In the video below you will see an adorable group of Black German Shepherd Puppies. These pint sized little animals are less than a month old but one of them has taken it upon himself to learn how to sing. At first the little guy has trouble getting out the sounds but when he learns how to control his voice it will melt your heart. I wonder if his owner is going to let him audition for one of those TV singing competition shows? I think he would do better than some of those people, don’t you think? This is probably one of the cutest examples of a dog singing. The internet is loaded with videos of what sounds like dogs singing for their owners. In fact, some of dogs even seem to speak words such as “I Love You”. These amazing feats of vocalization have intrigued humans ever since we heard wolves howling in the wild. Now with the invention of the camera we have begun to share with the world these cute clips of our own pets trying to sing or talk.
While we all know dogs really can’t talk, at least not right now but in the future who knows what might happen. A technology might come out allowing humans and canines to communicate using words. Until then, why not check out this very adorable video and decide for yourself if this puppy is singing or simply trying to learn how to howl at the moon. But be warned if you watch this video your heart is probably going to melt for these cute little Black German Shepherd Puppies.
Image via Madisonspups at Flickr.com