We all love music and know some names of musicians, but now you will meet the Beethoven to-be, the piano dog.
If you can remember the scene in Tom & Jery where Tom was playing on the piano wearing the suit, here it’s the same but with a dog.
Tucker is a very talented musician, but not just that, he is also singing with the music. Once the music starts, he just starts howling…oh doggie, you are very talented. And it’s not a onetime thing, but it turned into a habit, he’s been getting on that black piano around 3-4 times per day.
And after he finished his symphony, he was looking around like he is saying “Why can’t I hear anyone clapping”?
You think we are joking when we say that Tucker is a musician? We absolutely not, dogs got the talent, in 1980, the Carnegie Hall hosted the debut performance of Howl, a musical piece for twenty voices and three canines, arranged by Kirk Nurock. And it’s all performed by dogs. New Research confirms that dogs have musical preferences, and they react with it. And the reaction is determined by the type of music. Psychologist Deborah Wells took it as an experiment and tried to expose dogs in an animal shelter and divide them in sections, everyone goes with different types of music, and not just classics, pop and rock were allowed. The dogs’ behaviors changed according to the types. Each group reacts with their type in a totally different way. So it’s better to make a good listener out of your dog.
As always dogs are amazing us with their meaningful morals, awesome tricks, their unlimited kindness, and their adorable talent.