This Dog Loves Dancing To Her Favorite Song In The Car.

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Have you ever got a song stuck in your head that just makes you want to dance? Sometimes we can’t help but spontaneously move to the beat, it’s like the rhythm takes control of our bodies and makes us dance all around as if we’re possessed. As it turns out, this type of infectious response isn’t reserved for humans only There are a number of animals out there who’ve been caught boogieing down to their favorite songs too. Music is truly a universal experience that is enjoyed by all species on planet earth especially this adorable German Shepherd named Jaxson!

One of the best places to listen to music is in the car. It helps to pass the time driving and if you have a good stereo system, the acoustics usually sound awesome. Plus, nothing is better than having your favorite song come on the radio and jamming out to it. We all have certain music and particular songs that really get into our head and bones and makes us want to dance around and groove to the rhythm. It’s like the tune is infectious and your body involuntarily responds to the beat.

It’s not only people who feel this way, more than a few animals have also been known to get down to their favorite songs as well! That was the case in this adorable video featuring a beautiful and talented German Shepherd who can be seen sitting pretty in the front seat of a car.

In the background the speakers can be heard pumping out the catchy hip hop song “Low” by Flo Rida and T-Pain. The adorable dog wiggles and flaps her ears along to the music and she doesn’t miss a beat. Her unique way at expressing appreciation for the music is undeniably sweet, funny, and cute all at once.

You can hear it playing in the background and for those who don’t know the song is called “Low” by the artists Flo Rida and T-Pain. The hip hop music proves too hard to ignore for Jaxson as she wiggles, shimmies, and flaps her alert ears in time to the beat. This is one talented and expressive dog!

While there is some controversy over whether or not this video is real or fake, the general consensus seems to be who cares! The dog is calm and doesn’t appear to be bothered or annoyed by what’s going on around her. She simply looks healthy and happy and in the end that’s what truly matters the most.

As for her taste in music, this dog prefers the hip-hop variety. The chart topping hit “Low” was a number one hit back when it came out and spent 10 weeks straight at the top spot! It’s no wonder this German Shepherd clearly shows that it’s not only people who love the up-tempo song as she wiggles and flaps her ears along to the beat.

She just can’t help but move and she’s better than some people are at keeping the rhythm. Thankfully someone captured it on tape because it’s wonderful to see! I love this so much and hope you enjoy this video as much as I did! Have a wonderful day!

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If you loved this adorable pup dancing to his favorite song in the car keep scrolling for more funny animals singing and dancing to music that will surely put a smile on your face:

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In this next Car Trip Karaoke Clip watch this pup and his human belt out a hilarious version of “We Are The Champions” By Freddy Mercury and Queen:

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There are two places that are ideally suited for belting out a tune. One location is in the shower and the other happens to be in the car. Both provide good acoustics and they keep the sound relatively contained, which is great for those of us who are tone deaf and can’t carry a tune! Beyond the auditory aspects of most bathrooms and cars is the fact that singing in these places makes life more enjoyable.

Road Trips are always filled with adventure as you travel down windy roads filled with beautiful sights, nature, strange small towns towards the unknown. A good playlist or a great radio station with an awesome D.J. is pretty much a necessity. Nothing helps pass the time better during a road trip than hearing your favorite song on the radio and singing along to it while you travel to your final destination.

Actually, there is one thing that can make it better and that is singing alongside your best friend in the whole entire world. For Annie, the girl in this clip, that means taking her adorable dog named Lola along with her on trips. The big sweet puppy is a Shiloh Shepherd and she loves accompanying her owner and going for car rides.

As you can see, she is perfectly well-behaved and settles right in comfortably on the back seat. It’s as if she feels right at home in the car, which means she probably spends a lot of time in it with Annie. As the pair cruise down the road Queen’s smash hit song We Are The Champions comes on over the speakers. Annie begins to sing along and after a few moments the timeless classic proves irresistible and Lola can’t help but join in!

She howls up a noisy storm and soon she’s even throwing her head back in wild, reckless abandon. Lola gets really into it and manages to hit all of the high notes. As the two best friends cruise on down the open highway singing the awesome tune without a care in the world, it’s clear to see how much they love each other!

This is what dog dreams are made of and these two are lucky to have one another. Check out their power ballad and sing along and don’t forget to pass this on to all the dog lovers you know. This truly is an epic duet. This is the best thing I’ve seen all day!

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If you loved this adorable Doggy Car Trip Freddy Mercury Karaoke keep scrolling for more hilarious animals singing and dancing to music that will totally brighten your day:

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Watch this next Doggy Car Trip Karaoke featuring a hilarious dog and his mom performing a hysterical version of the Michael Jackson’s classic Will You Be There:

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Singing in the car is by far one of the best places to belt out a tune. The sound is contained, the acoustics aren’t that bad, and it helps to pass the time. The only thing better than singing your favorite song in the car is singing it alongside your best friend in the whole entire world in your car! For one girl, that means taking her adorable dog named Honey along for a ride. The sweet black and white spotted pup seems to know what he’s in for because he doesn’t hesitate to jump right into the passenger seat. It’s as if he’s been waiting in eager anticipation for this moment to finally come.

As the pair cruise down the street the girl looks over and gives her dog a sweet smile because she knows what’s coming up next! Seconds later Michael Jackson’s hit song Will You Be There comes over the speakers and when Honey hears the opening chords her face lights up. The song, which was famously featured in the Free Willy movie soundtrack, is her absolute favorite and the dog goes wild whenever it’s played.

When you hear her sing, you may think she’s kind of off key at first, but she’s just warming up her vocals and getting started. After a few moments Honey begins to find her voice and before you know it she’s howling along in sweet, harmonic unison to the beat.

Her voice is one that only a mother could love, and that’s what makes it even more special. When you look over at Honey’s owner, it’s clear that she loves it when her dog sings. He’s by her side, happy, and just spending one on one time and being there with him makes her happy too!

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Watch this next Doggy Car Trip Karaoke featuring a beautiful pup who is sleeping but when his favorite song “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen comes on he wakes up and sings a hilarious cover of the classic hit:

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Do you know that feeling you get, when you’re driving in the car and your favorite song comes on the radio? It brings you energy, feelings of pure, simple joy and you can’t help but perk up and belt out all the lyrics along with it. It’s not just humans who react and feel this type of way upon hearing their favorite music, dogs do the same thing too. Take for example this gorgeous looking puppy dog named Oakley. He’s an Australian Shepherd who absolutely loves the theme song “Let It Go” from the animated Disney movie Frozen.

When Oakley hears the show tune come on over the radio his reaction is immediate and priceless. At first his ears wiggle just a tiny bit and noticeably perk up. Then he opens his eyes and lifts his sleepy head off his paws. The adorable puppy looks around all innocently before tilting his head back and letting out a howl! He looks like he’s in heaven and loving life. This may just be the sweetest thing you’ll see all day.

Oakley’s love for the the smash hit song “Let It Go,” as performed by actress and singer Idina Menzel who voiced Queen Elsa in the film, mirrors that of children everywhere. Even though the song only reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, in the hearts and ears of children everywhere it was number one.

So many little kids had become infatuated and obsessed with the song that journalists even started writing stories about the strange phenomenon. In The Boston Globe columnist Yvonne Abraham wrote that the song was like “musical crack” because it “sends kids into altered states.” After watching Oakley’s response, it also seems to have that effects on dogs as well. Check out his cover song and fall in love with the cutie!

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If you enjoyed this pup’s hilarious rendition of “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen keep scrolling for our Final Adorable Featured Clip of the Day:

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In this Final Clip Below watch these fluffy, clumsy but totally adorable Alaskan Malamute Puppies Discover Music and prepare yourself for a cuteness overload with the most adorable head tilts and moves to the song:

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Of all the adorable and endearing things that dogs do, one of the cutest behaviors is when they tilt their heads from side to side. The head tilt is often brought about when they hear something new, sudden, and strange. Some dogs react this way when they hear cell phones go off, if you whistle a tune, play them music, or when they hear other animals making noises. It appears as if their curiosity is peaked and they are trying to understand what the odd sounds are.

Look no further if you want to see one of the most current and cutest displays of puppy head tilting the web has to offer. This video features five Alaskan Malamute puppies hanging out and chilling in the back of a van. The puppies kind of look like stuffed animals with their thick furry coats, button noses, and pink tongues hanging out. In the background it sounds like someone is switching through radio stations and then music starts to play.

Immediately all five puppies tilt their heads from side to side and all sport inquisitive and slightly puzzled expressions. This is the most precious thing you will likely see all day! Most animal behaviorists posit that the head tilt signifies a dog’s attempt to make sense of what they are hearing.

Furthermore, they believe that head tilting occurs when the dog thinks that whatever they are hearing, or is being said, may potentially lead to something they find enjoyable. If you say “want to go for a walk” in an excited tone, then your dog may perk her hears, tilt her head, and pay close attention to you.

This is because dogs have the ability to understand some human words and go off of the tone of our voices. Thus, it’s thought that the head tilt means they’re concentrating hard in an attempt to pick out some key word or inflection that they are familiar with, like walk, food, treat, or whatever it is that signifies something they want or enjoy.  One thing is for certain, head tilting makes dogs all the more lovable and fun to interact with!

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