Several studies have proven that music has a positive effect on dogs. While every dog has their own preference in music, most dogs love calm, soulful beats rather than loud, agitating sounds.

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Romanian singer Ramona Stanculet has shared an enchanting video of her 8-year-old Golden Retriever’s precious reaction to hearing classical music for the first time. The gorgeous pooch, who is mostly accustomed to hearing mainstream songs on the radio, had an amusing time processing the genius harmonies of Mozart’s “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” (which is German for “A Little Night Song”)!

In this video, we see the dog hanging out with her teddy bear when she suddenly hears the speakers playing classical music from outside the room. The dog immediately sits up looking puzzled and absorbs the ear-catching melody. She adorably tilts her head and moves her ears as she tries to find the source of the music!

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By the end of the video, the dog is completely engrossed in the music. She looks like a pure connoisseur as she stares blankly into the air and soaks in the intricate symphonies. Her enticed reaction definitely proves that dogs can be great lovers of classical music!

Click the video below to watch the Golden Retriever’s hysterically cute reaction to Mozart!