Watch: Israeli dog goes viral for howling like ambulance sirens

The dog's owner said the feedback she has received from watchers has been very positive.

By REUTERS
December 3, 2017 16:16

Israeli dog produces a symphony of screeches as sirens pass. (Reuters)

Israeli dog produces a symphony of screeches as sirens pass. (Reuters)

 
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Two Alaskan malamute dogs based in Israel have become social media stars thanks to their owner filming clips of their unusual behavior and uploading the footage to social media.

The owner of the dogs named Luna and Oliver, Anna Vinogradov, told Reuters she loves filming her dogs and sharing the results with others.

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The dogs' channel on Instagram is called alaskan_wolfdog, and one video features Luna howling at passing sirens while Oliver lies on the floor beside her.

Vinogradov said the feedback she has received from watchers has been very positive, with many describing how happy watching the dogs makes them.

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