German Shepherd Starts ‘Dancing’ When Her Favorite Song Comes On

We’re all guilty of it – driving along in the car when a good song comes on we can’t help but rock out to our own little concert in the car. It’s particularly embarrassing though when you’re stopped at a red light and you look over to see judgmental looks from the car beside you – like you’re the only weirdo to do car choreography to the latest banger.

Well, next time you’re in the car dancing, just remember, you’re not alone. In fact, our pets are guilty of it too! Who remembers the adorable German Shepherd who had her very own unique choreography for the hip hop song “Low” by Flo Rida and T-Pain?

This adorable pooch’s ears move along to the beat. However, she’s not alone in that she’s getting a little help from her owner off camera. Of course, she doesn’t seem to mind it. But that is what makes driving fun, getting to be silly with your pet to a good beat.

Watch the hilarious video below:

 

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