|10-16-2013 06:32 PM|
|TAR HEEL MOM||Not only do I sing to my dog, I sing all day to the dogs at the shelter. I can't help it.|
|10-16-2013 05:16 PM|
|mehpenn||No, I don't sing to my dog, or my kids, or myself alone in my car... because I sound like a dying cat when I sing, and I'm fairly certain my dogs would attack me and eat off my face to get me to shut up.|
|10-16-2013 03:20 PM|
Of course I do lol... I used to sing the song "like my dog" by billy currington to Diesel and she would jump up and dance with me. She loved it... It too me months to listen to that song again after Diesel died, but now Penny loves it too, not a big fan on the dancing part but she get giddy when I start to sing it to her and she gets lots of lovin' when I do
|10-16-2013 03:04 PM|
|RugerRoni||I'm glad I'm not the only one who does this (my wife thinks I'm crazy). I'll either sing nonsense songs to my dog, or just change the words to actual songs to include my dog. He loves it (I think).|
|10-16-2013 12:38 PM|
Lol Yep! The bf likes to use real songs and change their words to suite the dogs. For anyone who knows "Bad girlfriend" by Theory... "My dog is a tick magnet...,."
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|10-16-2013 12:36 PM|
Be carefull they will repeat it at the vet and get you in trouble. Or at obedience school and you'll have to go to the principals office..... Goood thing they cant talk or I would be constantly afraid of what they would say next..
|10-16-2013 12:32 PM|
My husband sings to Traveler all the time! He's into the 60's rock-can't sing and makes up his own words but Traveler doesn't care.
On the other hand, when I take Traveler to work in my SUV, he seems to duck behind the seats when I break out in song- guess he doesn't want to be seen with me
Oh, and he also gets an ear full when I'm yelling at the other drivers. He really gets a vocabulary lesson when it's tourist season.
|10-16-2013 12:18 PM|
I got stone cold busted singing to Dixie on the way to the vet. I was busily singing her a silly song and got stopped at a red lite in a very small town near my home. And I looked over and the people in the car were pointing and laughing like crazy, then Dixie sat up and looked out the window and they got all wide eyed. I had my window down a bit so I am sure they heard the silly song quite well, An I am sure they were amused till Dixie popped up and looked at them with the classic head cocked to one side look. Cant buy moment like that with a MasterCard... Dixie is back to health and being a moose again so the trip to the vet was a success and was actually reasonably priced for a hurry up visit without an appointment. The Vet still took her time and thoroughly examined Dix and gave her a shot for the vomiting and some antibiotics for her stomach "Flu". My vet is just about the best I have ever found in over 45 years of having rescues and saves. She listens and pays attention to the handler when she is finding out what is going on.
|10-03-2013 07:47 PM|
|marbury||I have Marshall syndrome, a la How I Met Your Mother. In good company I pretty much sing-narrate my life, and if there are non-human organisms in the room you're pretty much guaranteed a sonnet on 'doing the dishes' or a rockin' jingle about 'takin' out the trash'. :P|
|10-03-2013 07:38 PM|
|Beckch||I practice at home (singing and playing guitar) all the time but neither of my dogs seem affected by it one way or another. They just lay there... I guess since they don't leave the room, I'll take that to mean that I'm not completely horrible, haha. But then again, they like to sniff butts and eat things off the floor so I'm not sure what that says about my musical skills...|
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