Sing Along With Puppies

Honey the Golden Retriever stands in snow, thanks to PicMonkey.

It just doesn’t feel like caroling weather without real snow.

What could make Christmas carols better? Why adding puppies, of course.

Here are a few to add to your caroling song sheet:

Here Comes Puppy Dog (to the tune of Here Comes Santa Claus)

Here comes puppy dog, here comes puppy dog

She’s the one to blame

Dragging the garland, fetching the glass balls

Trouble is her name

Ornaments crashing, cookies are mashing

Trees dug out by the root

Run and get the baby gate, Dad

It’s a good thing she’s so cute

 

The 12 Days of Christmas (puppy version)

On the first day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

a leaping circus of  fleas.

On the second day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

two spitty Kongs and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the third day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the fourth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the fifth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the sixth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

six hours of baying, five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the seventh day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

seven slobs of slobber, six hours of baying, five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the eighth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

eight teeth a biting, seven slobs of slobber, six hours of baying, five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the ninth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

nine looks entrancing, eight teeth a biting, seven slobs of slobber, six hours of baying, five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the tenth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

ten seconds sleeping, nine looks entrancing, eight teeth a biting, seven slobs of slobber, six hours of baying, five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the eleventh day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

eleven poopers pooping, ten seconds sleeping, nine looks entrancing, eight teeth a biting, seven slobs of slobber, six hours of baying, five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

On the twelfth day of Christmas my puppy gave to me

twelve zoomies zooming, eleven poopers pooping, ten seconds sleeping, nine looks entrancing, eight teeth a biting, seven slobs of slobber, six hours of baying, five chewed up things. Four tons of fur, three p-mails, two spitty Kongs, and a leaping circus of fleas.

 

I Walked The Dog on Christmas Day (to the tune of I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day)  

with apologies to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

I walked the dog on Christmas day

She gave the sign she wants to play

Her head went down, her tail went up

Of love we could learn much from dogs

 

I thought, as we were having fun

Of how complete my heart she’d won

Her joy is deep, her nature sweet

Of love we could learn much from dogs

 

I felt so sad, my head bowed down

Sorrow and grief are all around

This time of joy is not for all

Of love we could learn much from dogs

 

Then in her eyes I looked so deep

She spoke to me without a peep

Courage to care, we need to dare

Of love we could learn much from dogs

 

And then she gave a little bark

We walked once more around the park

I’m sad no more, my spirits soar

Of love we could learn much from dogs

 

You might need a few more songs to round out your caroling. How about stopping by I Still Want More Puppies to get your song sheet for I Saw Three Cats?

Do you have any favorite Christmas parodies? And, even better, do they have critters in them? Do share.

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Comments

  1. Those are great. Now I can sing those instead.

  2. Much better than “Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer”!

  3. I wish you a MERRY BARK! BARK! WOOF! deWoof, woof….

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  4. Aw, thanks for the link! I’ve been woefully behind on my caroldies this year, although another one will be up today.

    I love your 12 days of Christmas!

  5. Me and Nellie think the songs and poems are great. Love the two bestest maremmas in all the land.

  6. I seem to remember attempting my own parody last year to mediocre results. I much prefer yours and Pup Fan’s, though I might be tempted to try again if you keep it up! There is something addicting about a puppified holiday song.

  7. Very clever, I could never have come up with these! Hats off. :-)

  8. Let’s See.Carol of the Cats,Barking Jingle Bells,a froggy Christmas,Heard them all on the Dr.Demento show at one time or another

  9. I love them! You’re so creative :)

  10. Those are wonderful!

  11. Love it! We’re barking these out already!!!

  12. Creative and talented.

  13. Personally, I think Yellow Snow by Bob Rivers is a good Christmas giggle, along with Wreck the Malls. You’ve got some here that are destined to be classics, though! :)

  14. Next year, have a designated caroldie day sponsored by you and Pup Fan! We can all attempt though I would never be as clever! Shared with many – thanks.

  15. I LOVE your carols!! They are pawesome

  16. I feel all Christmasey now!!

  17. I’m going to have “Five chewed up things” going in my head for the rest of the season:)

  18. These are great, as a beagle I would love to do the howling chorus~
    Maggie