Dogs appear to prefer reggae and soft rock over other genres of music, according to researchers.
The Scottish SPCA and the University of Glasgow have published a paper which suggests music affects dogs' behaviour.
Researchers played a variety of music to dogs at a rehoming centre in Dumbarton and assessed physiological and behavioural changes.
Prof Neil Evans said the most positive behaviour changes were seen when the dogs were played reggae and soft rock.
All though these genres stood out, he said the study suggested each dog had its own music tastes.
The dogs were played five different genres of music: soft rock, Motown, pop, reggae and classical.
Scotland's animal welfare charity previously released research in 2015 that showed the impact classical music had on a dog's behaviour. »