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That's awesome. Gibson goes pretty bananas when I play pretty much any video on Dogsled Stacie's Keep on Sledding blog. He doesn't bark back though.
Just a note: We have never heard her do this before!
I played it and our "Four Footed Child" JoJo bounded into the room and promptly started cocking her head from side to side trying to figure out where the howling dog was!Too cute . . . .
Yeah, I played this at high volume to see if Bean would react. Then we could record that and keep the chain going, I thought.She sat there and looked at me like I was an idiot.Oh well.
I'll have to try playing it for Denim. I bet she'd howl for it -- she's come close before.
That's so cool! I wonder what they're saying?
Very cute. Love it.
Have you showed this video to Tala?
We just played it for her - probably as you were typing your comment. She barked a few times, then threw her head back to howl. Between the video and the live howling, it sounded like a whole pack of Huskies (or wolves?) were in the house! It was eerie.
Of our five, only Boca thought the youtube required her attention--yaps, yips, bowwoos, and so on-- and two minutes later she still won't shut up about it.
Cassie did not even lift her head, but Smokey (the cat) is still trying to get inside the laptop, even though I no longer have the video going. Go figure.What did Cody think?
Neither of us can remember Cody doing anything, so I guess she didn't react at all - like Cassie.
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