I must have missed something. I could’ve sworn the little dog was just… well, howling. But at least he understood when he was supposed to howl. That’s something.
Singing dogs have a long history. In 692 B.C. a man named Tuttle presented King Choppu IX of Assyria with a dog that sang the Philistine national anthem. Mr. Tuttle was not heard from again, but the dog learned to sing “Down Home With the Hittites.”