Regardless of all the different views, people can generally agree on one thing: there is nothing more honest that a look given by a child or a dog.
Children laugh in average 400 times a day. Medium size dog wags his tail more than 250.000 times during the 24 hour time frame. In some way, that characteristic tail movement has the same role in dogs communication as the human polite ‘hello’ followed by nodding. When alone – dogs do not wag their tail, the same as us not smiling at a wall.
One of the most beautiful movies about dogs – Lady and a Tramp – begins with the American humorist’s quote: ‘In the whole history of the world there is but one thing that money cannot buy…to wit–the wag of a dog’s tail.’ And while the little ones were looking forward to Christmas and New Year’s Eve because of the bunch of presents, to make your pet happily wag its tail you need only show up! Of course, if some juicy bone or sausage has been left after your dinner party, they won’t say no – toss it to some Tramp, like a true Santa!
At the end, we must ask ourselves a logical question: if it were possible, what song would a dog choose to send a message to humans, that the only thing that is truly important in this and every following year, is love? Money can’t buy me love of course! And because of the Woofers & Tweeters Ensemble it is possible! After Beatle Barkers what else is left but to remind ourselves of the legendary jail blues scene from Lady and the Tramp!