Well, he still can’t seem to let it go.
Oakley the dog loves Idina Menzel’s “Frozen” mega-hit so much that even a cozy nap couldn’t stop him from singing along to the song.
“Idina, is that you?”
Of course, dogs howling along to songs isn’t a new phenomenon. When asked in 2011 whether a dog’s howling might indicate a like or dislike for certain kinds of music, veterinarian Pete Wedderburn explained:
“Howling is a natural communication method for dogs … If your dog strongly disliked the music, I think she’d try to leave the room. It’s more likely that the soprano is hitting notes that remind your dog of another dog howling, and she’s joining in joyfully. It’s a bit like a human singing along to a favorite song on the radio.”
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