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Daily Cute: Meet the Cockapoo Who Only Sings Along to Choirs

Daily Cute: Meet the Cockapoo Who Only Sings Along to Choirs

This adorable cockapoo puppy, Chip, gets so excited when his music comes on that he can’t help but sing along to it. As long as its choral music, of course.

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6:20AM PDT on Aug 19, 2015

thanks for the article.

6:49AM PDT on Mar 14, 2015

thanks for sharing :)

4:48PM PDT on May 26, 2014

Aawww what a sweetie , but it seems that makes him feel kind of sad.

8:48AM PDT on Apr 18, 2014

Coreen, Kira and Sylvie: It seems to me if the music was hurting the dogs ears he would move away from the sound, not sit there and "sing" along.
This comes from experience. When sound bothers my cats, they move away from it, as do I, although I have the ability to turn down the volume when the offending sound comes from my computer or TV or some other device.

5:17AM PDT on Apr 15, 2014


3:18AM PDT on Apr 4, 2014

It's awesome! The video reminds me of my son's pet kitten who really loves to listen to music. She jumps to the tune of Rock, calms down and goes to sleep after listening to soft music or Beethoven's symphony. We can make out what she likes best by her moves. She sits right in front of the lap-top, and places her soft paws on the key board. My son has given her the total freedom to move around the flat where he lives.
They are not just our pets; they are part and parcel of our lives.

8:44PM PDT on Apr 2, 2014


8:14PM PDT on Apr 2, 2014

Isn't the owner aware the sound is harming & hurting the dog's ears?

8:47AM PDT on Apr 2, 2014

Agree with Kira

3:32PM PDT on Apr 1, 2014

the music probably hurts his ears but he's a very sweet dog anyway!

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