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article imageSkyping dogs video goes viral

By Greta McClain     Jan 18, 2013 in Internet
Technology such as Facebook, Twitter and Skype are wonderful resources for friends who want to keep in touch, but the technology isn't limited to humans as these two long distance canine friends will tell you.
The popular video chat and voice messaging service Skype is going to the dogs, literally. Although some may think dogs using Skype to communicate is more than a bit odd, for a wire haired fox terrier named Gaytor, its a great way to spend an evening at home.
Gaytor's owner, Ali Wasel, posted a video of her conversational canine on YouTube on January 11, 2013. Over the past eight days more than 412,000 people have watched the video of Gaytor and his furry four legged friend's howling good time. Two hundred people have commented on video, with most noting how cute and vocal Gaytor appears to be. According to Mashable, the video has had 2.4 thousand shares via Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
With Skype being such a popular social tool, having more than 45 million users as of October 2012, perhaps it should not be surprising that our furry friends are wanting to get in on the act as well. After all, they apparently enjoy being able to keep in touch, as Giselle Castro points out when she says:
"They really seem to be soooo into their conversation!"
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