Study shows dogs love reggae, my dudes

Tricia Gilbride
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Dogs are extremely cool and chill, as you can tell from looking at them. And now, we have further scientific evidence that backs it up — they really dig reggae.

According to a recent study from Scottish SPCA and the University of Glasgow, dogs' favorite music genres are reggae and soft rock, according to The BBC

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Scientists tracked dogs' behavior changes when presented with pop, Motown, soft rock, reggae and classical music. 

But just because most dogs jam to Bob Marley doesn't mean that your pup is not a sensitive soul that prefers Fiona Apple. 

"Overall, the response to different genres was mixed highlighting the possibility that, like humans, our canine friends have their own individual music preferences," said Professor Neil Evans in a statement.

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Evans also notes that the dogs were more likely to lying down while any music, regardless of genre was playing. 

Scientists, please find a way to relay the concept of dancing to dogs. This is urgent.

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