Did you know that Elvis Presley was not only the King of Rock, but the King of Canines as well?
From slobbering Basset Hounds to towering Great Danes to pocket-sized Pomeranians, Elvis cared for more pooches throughout his 42 years than most people can conceive—Sherlock, Brutus, Snoopy, Edmund, Get Lo, Whoosh, Oswald, and Michael Edwards. Just to name a few.
In fact, Elvis’ first ever public performance at the age of 10 was singing Red Foley’s song Old Shep—about the country music star’s childhood German Shepherd. Presley would grow up to record a version of his own, which we’ve included in this 20-song tribute playlist to beloved dogs everywhere, and throughout time.
Icons like Dolly Parton, The Beatles, and Pink Floyd join Elvis in this pawsome playlist that serves as a musical love letter to our furry friends. We hope you enjoy it, but we hope your doggo loves it more.
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