3 Malamutes Are Wonderfully Out Of Tune While Singing In The Car

What’s a car ride without a bit of singing? I mean, that’s all I do when I drive. I practice my yodeling, opera, rockstar growl…anything ad everything, because NO ONE CAN HEAR ME! I can let it rip without feeling embarrassed.

I know I love to sing along to my favorite tunes while I’m driving because it’s not only fun but also because the car ride doesn’t seem too long when you’re jamming to the radio! The video shared below proves that singing in the car isn’t just for humans—dogs can do it, too! Well actually, they do sing in the car, and the adorable Malamutes are proof.

Travis, Leila, and Zoe were headed to get groomed when they figured that it was time to make the car ride a bit more interesting. But the best part about it is that they aren’t even in tune with one another. They think that it’s fun to simply pick a pitch and start belting out some random sounds. It’s random but funny!

I wouldn’t say the performance is anything eloquent or nice-sounding. In fact, they all kind of suck (and I think the owner can agree with me on that one). But, how often to dogs actually sing? When was the last time you heard a canine belt out a tune? After some time, it’s clear the pups are hurting the human’s ears and that he’s not too impressed. But still, he continues to make the video to keep his canines happy. Let’s face it, this brings a smile to everyone’s face.

It only makes sense that the owner continued recording his Malamutes’ singing because the breed is known to be stubborn, otherwise. Their confidence level is through the roof throughout the performance, and the funny thing is that the owner admits that this type of singing happens twice a day, on average! I wonder how they feel about that?! I had no idea dogs like this could be so entertaining. Someone get this trio into a movie!

Click on the link below and watch the pups perform their favorite tune. If you had a good laugh, then don’t forget to like and share this post with family and friends, especially if they, too, have singing dogs!

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