Sometimes you just need to call the old family piano. Even when you are a dog.
When the puppy's father was still receiving noise complaints from his neighbors, he set up a “nanny camera” as described on the Facebook video below.
As it turned out, the only small ball in the house was the sound of ivory to pass the time while everyone was gone.
An invisible camera picked up a pet playing the piano and howling.
The most similar interpretation, as Peter Burchelt said of “Animal Behavior” for MSNBC, is that the tendency of dogs to howl, which naturally comes from their roots, like a wolf, is associated with “social synchronization,” which is essentially a science, which says because it is fun with others.
So what if the “other people” in this case were the keys to the piano? At least the fluffy puppy entertains itself.
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