I just sang the Welsh national anthem to my dog

(9 Posts)
TheCompanyOfCats Mon 05-Sep-16 20:53:47

and he was spellbound.

How have you convinced your dog that you are, in fact, a goddess?

ohmygodyouguys Mon 05-Sep-16 20:59:19

Must try this!

BagelGoesWalking Tue 06-Sep-16 00:07:45

I think we need video evidence grin

BreakfastAtSquiffanys Tue 06-Sep-16 00:09:04

Does your dog speak Welsh?

BestIsWest Tue 06-Sep-16 08:19:27

Yes! Yes! I sang the whole of 'Thank You For The Music' to mine and he loved it.

He also loves 'His name is Leo and he dances for a bone' to the tune of Rio by Duran Duran.

I will try the Welsh National anthem later. (Both me and the dog are Welsh).

He is the only person who appreciates my singing.

TheCompanyOfCats Tue 06-Sep-16 09:31:46

Same here Best - I am completely tone deaf or at least, to human ears.

He was so moved. He was lying half across my lap and he looked up at me with wide eyes and a softened expression with his mouth wide open.

He doesn't speak Welsh, but I think he got the gist. He was practically tearing up.

grin at 'Leo and he dances for a bone'!

Themoleisdead Tue 06-Sep-16 09:39:52

I have just tried singing "God Save Our Gracious Queen". DDog 1 was unmoved but Ddog2 was obviously deeply concerned for my welfare. Clearly my tone deafness extends to canine ears sad

BestIsWest Tue 06-Sep-16 09:41:09

Bless him. It can be very emotional hearing the anthem. Hiraeth and all that.

BestIsWest Tue 06-Sep-16 09:45:49

I don't speak Welsh but Leo was bred in a Welsh speaking home and learned all his early commands in Welsh. He still responds better to 'Dere 'ma' better than 'come'. The anthem may be too much for him.

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