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Louis Walsh narrates a Christmas film for dogs called Merry Woofmas: ‘I wish they enjoy my voice-over’

Louis Walsh to recount Christmas film for dogs called Merry Woofmas
Louis Walsh has narrated a Christmas film about dogs (Picture: Christmas 24)

Louis Walsh is a man of many talents – not least, narrating cinema done generally for dogs.

‘Audio visual’ film Merry Woofmas has been ‘scientifically’ designed to interest to a dog’s colour spectrum of blue and yellow.

Produced formed on the investigate of an animal behaviorist, the film facilities famous Instagram dogs including Ramsey the Staffy, (@bluestaffy), Marcel Le Corgi(@lecorgi) and Mika the Huskey (@huskeymika).

Watch the trailer below.

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Brilliantly, producers Christmas 24 – the anniversary chronicle of TV channel Movies 24 – have constructed a promotional video of dogs reacting to the film as consummate explanation that a Christmas film is exactly what dogs want.

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The scholarship behind the film aims to kindle dogs, and ultimately, urge their mood.

In the film Pyrenean, Sheepdog Holly is pining for a big bone under the tree for Christmas.

Louis Walsh to recount Christmas film for dogs called Merry Woofmas
Holly, the Pyrenean Sheepdog, is the lead star in the film (Picture: Christmas 24)

Cue Louis’s weird commentary: ‘Sitting at home, Holly the doggy is after a bone. In her Christmas there’s many a treat, but a big luscious bone is all she wants to eat.’

‘Oh! That’s a b-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-g bone,’ Louis says.

Will Holly get what she wished for from her dog friends, who show up to applaud Christmas?

‘I’ve positively desired narrating this special Christmas film for dogs. It’s been really engaging to learn how pets are wild by opposite sounds and we wish they enjoy my voice-over in this film,’ Louis said.

‘I’ll really be enlivening Sharon and Simon’s dogs to give this a watch with me this Christmas! Merry Woofmas, everybody!,’ Louis added.

Meanwhile, locate Louis on The X Factor weekends on ITV.

Merry Woofmas front on Christmas 24’s Facebook page on Saturday October 28 at 4:50pm.

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