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    Decide to help you when you're singing along to some music?

    Batty aroo-roo-roos when I'm singing, and will 'sing' along in time with me, and he'll come and dance with me to some songs....

    There are two songs that he hears and comes racing to find me to have a dance

    Whenever I'm cleaning or working around the house I have music playing (so music is going 24/7 just about) and Batty seems to be one heck of a music buff!

    Was wondering if anyone else had the same thing?

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    naaaw that is sooo cute!!!
    Gabby likes to dance with us, its a great game to her.
    But the closest to singing we get is Buzz sitting at the window talking to us

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    My old Staffy did not these two though!

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    I get a roooo-oooooo whenever i start singing. I wonder if thats a sign that I cant sing??

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    leo is a roo rooer, likes music.. I wouldn't say he dances as much as tries to jump on us lol.

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    Sadly no. She just gives me this pained look that says 'Oh god, make it stop!'

    She can howl though, and if I start she follows.

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    Nope, Logan can't speak. Lol. I had one bitch who could sing and croon like nothing, she was awesome. The others could only howl, she made real music.

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    Nothing here. Initially when he first came home I'd get a "What the hell are you doing?" look, but now he ignores me.

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    Mollie 'dances' with me (She clings onto my legs until I hold her paws! )
    But doesnt sing along.
    Boof on the other hand - he will howl for ages when my dad or anyone in the family starts singing! I have only ever heard Mollie howl once when Boof did - and it was a very pittiful attempt! LOL!
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    Hmmm, not so much singers in the gang, they are more into shakin' their booties!

    Matrix - he's the tap dancer.
    Cindy - likes a spot of jive.
    Phee - will put her front legs around my waist to do the samba.
    Flint - oh no, he's got 4 left feet, but he's happy to watch.

    Roger and Tallulah - they try hard, but I think they're still finding their feet!

    Some of my boarders also like to have a boogie! That includes the toy poodle who loves to waltz...

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