Dogs Match Music Notes Perfectly


  1. Wow!

  2. Jim says on  03/16/2012 at 12:02 pm


  3. Felipe says on  03/16/2012 at 12:05 pm

    A little fake. She moves her body and head toward the dog, which then knows to play the piano.

  4. Very cool!!!!!!! :-) :-)

  5. What pets will do for their masters!

  6. These dogs are following visual cues and training–nothing more. You can see this clearly as the dog anticipates the note at 0:10.

  7. ^^^ Davind Williamson? More like David DOWNER…

  8. AMAZING!!!

  9. Awesome!

  10. Very pretty, the golden retriever is the best(#^.^#)

  11. Fun!

  12. Wow

  13. Some can’t see the good & fun in anything! I think this is amazing too. Such beautiful Dogs & very smart!!..:)

  14. Kristin says on  03/16/2012 at 12:15 pm

    That is SO IMPRESSIVE!!! I LOVE IT!!!! :))

  15. Karen says on  03/16/2012 at 12:16 pm

    :)” all smiles!! thank you!

  16. Noni says on  03/16/2012 at 12:20 pm

    very very lovly dogs

  17. Dogs never cease to amaze!

  18. lmao i died when i saw this!!! this is so cute hahaha!!!

  19. Deborah says on  03/16/2012 at 12:32 pm

    Even if this were “visual cues,” it’s still amazing that these dogs can do this. I’m impressed when my dogs dance to Willie Nelson. I used to have a cockatiel that would dance to Roy Orbison! l

  20. haha i have 2 cockatiel they dance to mac miller!

  21. they are so smart!!!

  22. Krystal-Krissy says on  03/16/2012 at 12:53 pm

    doggies so smart!!

  23. If they had fingers they would be dogs’ answer to Rawicz and Landauer!

  24. géniale !!!!!

  25. Luella says on  03/16/2012 at 12:54 pm

    wow wow wow

  26. Cute.Real talents!

  27. Wonderful Training!!!

  28. Tracey says on  03/17/2012 at 11:54 pm

    Those two dogs are so well trained! Thats some kind of cute talent!

  29. Dorothy says on  03/22/2012 at 12:55 am

    I think, the whole point is that they are trained. They’re dogs, what do you expect? Considering how hard it can be to train dogs to learn tricks beyond sitting, shaking, and playing dead…I’d say that these two are very well behaved and are well trained! Of course they are responding to cues, much the way an orchestra responds to a conductor. Even if she (the ocarina player) is giving visual cues or verbal cues, the dogs are still hitting the correct keys at the time she indicates, which is a difficult task even for children. She’s not pointing to the exact note (white key or black key) and telling the dog to hit it at this specific time, this many times…they are hitting the right ones whether it’s by sound, or voice command, or visual command…I have been playing the piano since the age of four and am definitely impressed with these two canines! Four paws up. Actually, 8 paws, and 2 hands. Also, I think these two are better trained than a lot of dogs and kids I know. 😉

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