A tribute to dogs in the “Like My Dog” video

The world may have lost singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett at the end of summer, but Parrotheads everywhere have a song in their hearts today as the tropical rock crooner continues the party with a music video for his song “Like My Dog”.

A proud pet parent Ajax, Kingston, Kody, Lola, Pepper And Rosie(who were listed among Buffett’s family members in the artist’s obituary), the “Margaritaville” singer lets his admiration for all our barking pals shine in the Scott Emerick/Harley Allen-penned song, which the can be found on Buffett’s recent album. album Equal pressure on all parts.

Produced in collaboration with the PHACThe video features the beloved music lover playing with his tail-wagging pals, as well as fans who sent in clips of fun moments with their dogs using the hashtag #LikeMyDog.

Promoting the option of adoption, the video ends with a message from the ASPCA, reminding the public that millions of dogs across the United States are waiting for forever homes.

“The dedication and humanity that Jimmy Buffett put into his music carried over into his love for animals, especially pets and wildlife,” said Matt Bershadker, president and CEO of the ASPCA. “This collaboration honors Jimmy’s legacy and animal advocacy and reflects our shared commitment to helping vulnerable dogs find safe, loving homes.”

A fan of all things fur, fins and feathers, Buffett was a longtime proponent of animal rescue. In 2018, he helped shine a light on pet adoption at the Southern Pines Animal Shelter in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Buffett’s love of marine animals is reflected in the efforts of Save The Manatee Club, a nonprofit organization co-founded by Buffett and former U.S. Senator Bob Graham in 1981.

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