Bulldog are known for their loyal character and good looks…
But there is one more thing that makes a Bulldog a Bulldog… Their sound!
Allthough the Bulldog rarely barks, they do Love to talk. They have their own unique language to communicate with us humans.
Now turn up your volume and enjoy the Beautiful Bulldog Sound!
The Best Puppy Sound ever
Hershey needs Love..
A conversation with the Chief
There are some Bulldogs with a real singing voice…
Like Fred who is not only a Pavarotti but also an elephant impersonator:
Miss Bean sitting besides my desk crying and whining for attention..
Now how can I say no to that…? Makes me laugh everytime!
Newton a Bulldog who has an emotional meltdown when asked to go on a walk
Or here we have Chuck Norris, who is riding in the backseat of the car and feeling lonely:
Crying for Cookies
Storm also in desperate need of cookies
Titus wants to sleep in Bed
Little Tebow has something to say
Now the French Bulldogs, they are another story.
They are French and really have their own language, accent and sound..
and what a sound it is!
Do Dogs Have a Musical Sense?
Dogs have definite musical preferences and a sense of pitch.
Many people think of a dog’s howl as a canine attempt to make music because dogs sometimes howl when music is played or sung. Compared to wild canines, domestic dogs bark a lot more and howl only occasionally. Howling is actually a form of communication, which can indicate loneliness in an isolated dog, but often serves other social functions. Wolves howl to assemble the pack and also to reinforce the identity of the group. Upon hearing one animal howling other group members gather together and join in a song with their pack. The most familiar howl starts without any fanfare and produces a continuous prolonged sound. It may begin with a slightly higher pitch before moving to the main tone, and sometimes the pitch may lower toward the end of the howl. It has a sonorous, mournful sound to the human ear. However the canines participating in group howling seem to like it, which is probably why humans imagine that a group of howling dogs or wolves feel that they are engaging in the canine equivalent of a spontaneous canine jam session.