Canine Social Experiment

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  1. D_Thoraxis_Biggulp

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    Apparently, if 3 Beagles and a fourth non-Beagle dog live together for long enough, the Beagles will form a doo-wop band and perform on atleast a once-nightly basis. I just heard the lead whining upstairs because it's almost performance time and the alto is asleep in a different room.
     
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    lmao! wtf?
     
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    Yeh, these dogs fucking sing. I mean, it's not just howling. It's howling with melodic shifts in pitch and tone, accompaniments that seem to have been premeditated and an actual sense of rhythm in their stops, starts and intermittent barks. As soon as I can catch them on video, I'm getting them on one of those funny home video shows.
     
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    lol I hear ya....My parents have 5 weiner dogs, a Jack Russell and a Golden Retriever, and when they howl....well its like they are singing....lol just another reason I love dogs.
     
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    Have the 5 weiner dogs cut off and formed their own breed-exclusive group, where they face each other and howl together? Because that's when it gets awesome.
     
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    Stapled,
    You are one strange, but very funny dude.
     
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    Life in text, that's all it is.
     
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    lol well, I have approached them with the idea (and proposed that I become their manager) but alas...they are too loyal to the group :biggrin1:
     
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    Jerks.

    Get the Golden to go solo. The Jack Russel will follow on his own accord.
     
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    you know...I had been thinking about approaching him.....they tend to stick together, and don't care for the weiner dogs....
     
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    My mongrel is a cranky old fart of a blues singer - strictly solo. He'd take their doo-wop band and insert it in something if they interferred with his vibe :cool:
     
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    I can attest that dogs do indeed sing, and the ones here go on howling sessions when one of them gets upset, it sets off the other three. And dogs do have different pitches. Here I have two tenors and one baritone and one basso. The basso dog does not like to bark.

    Not that they ever would perform enough to put on uTube or even a CD.

    Some guy looped together the dog songs enough to produce a Beatles album (of dog barks), called LIVE AT THE POUND, annoying one Yoko Ono, who could have contributed.
     
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