Adorable Singing Airedale Terrier Tells His Mommy How Much He Misses her on the Phone

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This is Stanley.  Stanley is one of the cutest and most self aware Airedale Terriers we’ve ever encountered.    When mommy calls on the phone, Stanley has got plenty to talk about.    However, when mommy talks about him missing her we see that Stanley gets particularly talkative and particularly adorable.   How many of you out there talk to you dogs on the phone when you are away?  Do you get this kind of response?

We wish that all dogs had this kind of response when talking to their owners on the phone.  Thankfully there’s Stanley.   Actually given that Airedale Terriers are a very sweet and smart breed so there’s no big surprise to see this kind of reaction.  However, it’s super nice to get to see it on camera?

Got any videos of your dog singing?  Send them to us!  In the meantime, enjoy Stanley!

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