I’m an expert in this field. My mother, grandmother, father and brother all sing original, unique, some bazaar songs for their dogs. It’s in my family blood and always will be.
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I’m going let you in on a family secret and teach you the ways in which you write a song for your perfect pooch.
Let’s begin today’s lesson.
- What does your dog like to do?
Does he bark at squirrels? Does she howl at sirens? Are they best friends with the neighbor’s cat? Incorporate this in your song. Here’s an example. “Hello little Eddie. You’re my baby. You bark at squirrels all day long.”
- Pick an old nursery rhyme, a jingle you can’t get out of your head or an original tune
Whatever is easiest for you. Try making up a lyrics to the tune of “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” You can even use similar words. For example. “Mary had a little dog. Little dog. Little dog. Mary had a little dog who’s hair was white as snow.”
- Make sure to sing in a pitch that’s not too high or low for your pup
If it’s too high-pitched, he’ll hate it. If it’s too low he might not even acknowledge it. Figure it out.
- Sing to your dog
Instead of just speaking boring words, sing them!
Enjoy your new dog duets!
These celebrities love their pets so much — they probably sing to their furry friends!