A great dog and baby duet with the power to melt hearts and eardrums. And for those who worry, no, the dog isn’t in pain – howling is part of the canine reflex buried deep in the wolf genetic heritage to vocalize with other members of their
November 23, 2011

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A great dog and baby duet with the power to melt hearts and eardrums. And for those who worry, no, the dog isn’t in pain – howling is part of the canine reflex buried deep in the wolf genetic heritage to vocalize with other members of their 'pack', in this case, the baby, an act which helps in reinforcing the familial bonds between dog/baby/owner. Dog and baby really are singing together and having a great time. Hope you enjoy this as much as they obviously are.

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