Golden Retriever Sings To Little Girl's Recorder Performance
It seems our four-legged friends go a step further and even copy humans too. They automatically imitate hand movements with their paws and mouth movements with their muzzles. Humans are known to engage in ‘automatic imitation’, when another person’s body moving in a particular way elicits the same physical reaction in an observer. And now canines have been shown to do the same. It has often been observed that dogs resemble their owners. Dogs’ imitative abilities are shaped by the way their owners interact with them as they grow up.
Question: Have you ever considered how our dogs perceive us when we talk to much? Like, seriously, you might not give much thought about it, thinking how they literally say nothing, then it surely doesn't bother them, right? You are in for quite a surprise!
Scotch the Golden Retriever shows off those musical skills by howling along to this girl's performance. As she plays the flute he is determined to sing along to the music. He gets into at as her playing goes on and even gets close r to get the beat right. What a dynamic duo!
Aren't dogs just amazing? They can turn anyone's frown upside down just by being there. You know what we are talking about – you come home from a long day at work and they greet you, tail wagging and a blah, blah, blah! They're the best!