- A 3-week-old black Labrador retriever delighted millions last week when he let out the most adorable howl.
- In a video shared on TikTok, we can see the puppy trying his best after he hears his human dad let out a gentle but realistic howl.
- We’re sure it won’t be long until he finds his big voice, thanks to dad’s howling lessons.
This black Labrador retriever may still be a puppy, but he’s already trying his best to howl like his bigger wolf relatives.
The 3-week-old puppy delighted millions last week when his human dad, John Callaway, shared footage of their howling lessons on TikTok.
In the video, we can see the tiny puppy sitting on John’s chest. At first, it seems like he’s curiously looking at the camera until his dad lets out a gentle but realistic howl.
The adorable puppy copies his dad and tries to let out his best howl.
What we hear next is the most adorable howl! And if that wasn’t charming enough, we catch him letting out a yawn soon after.
What a cutiepie! There’s no wonder that the seven-second clip has been viewed over 14.6 million times!
John said that the puppy’s dog mom and litter siblings, who are a mix of black and yellow puppies, all live together and enjoy the same adorable howling lessons with him.
The howling lessons surely seem like a unique and adorable bonding activity.
We can’t wait to see all the puppy’s siblings join in on the howling lessons!
According to experts, dogs howl for a number of reasons that range from attention-seeking to early signs of separation anxiety.
Howls are generally another way for dogs to communicate, but make sure to check if they’re howling due to pain or distress. If you think they’re becoming problematic, you can check out some ways to encourage more desirable behavior from your canine friend.
This puppy’s howls, meanwhile, are undoubtedly harmless and downright adorable, especially since he’s getting lessons from his dear dad.
Source: Daily Paws
May 18, 2022 at 9:51 am
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