Every year we hear the same holiday music over and over. Some love it, some not so much, but now dogs can join in the fun. Click CNN to see reactions of dogs to a song that claims to be the first ever Christmas single designed exclusively for canines. Early results show it's getting a strong reaction from its four-legged listeners.
"Raise the Woof" (click to play it for your dog!) was created based on scientific research into the ways dogs interact with sound, and with input from animal behaviorists, according to dog food company Tails.com.
The doggie holiday song uses a reggae beat and bells, squeaky toys and owners' instructions to get a response from your listening canine.
The company said the track was made with the help of a focus group of 25 dogs, who were played more than 500 sounds and analyzed for their responses.
The song was recorded at Abbey Road, the London music studio made famous by The Beatles. Proceeds from a limited-edition vinyl version will be donated to men's mental health organization Dudes & Dogs.
Happy Canine Christmas!