As soon as 'Shake That' starts, this dog gets in the groove

When Harley gets it on, the whole world watches! Okay, maybe not the whole world, but when he started dancing to Eminem, the video below went viral.
Dogs and other animals always enjoy a good scratch or back rub, and this dog is no exception.
What makes it really different is not that he's using the couch to ease his itch, but that he's doing it to music. When Eminem blasts out a song, Harley wriggles and shimmies along with the beat.
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The expression on his face lets everyone know that he's groovin' to the tune, and enjoying the music while he relieves the tickle.
But what could be motivating Harley to rub himself on the furniture? It could be many things. He might be marking his territory. Rubbing against the couch leaves his odor and identifies the couch as his own. Or, if he's just had a bath, he could be itching from the shampoo.
Other irritants could be causing him to find relief, too. Fleas, parasites, and ticks can make him itchy and wanting to soothe the irritation. Some dogs rub against things because of psychological reasons, too.
But of course, as far as we can tell, Harley just likes Eminem and wants to shake his bootie! Share this amusing video with your friends on Facebook and see what they think. Dancing? Or itching?
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