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Lexington animal control wanted a lip sync battle song. They turned to the dogs.

They let the dogs out in Animal Control’s funny Lip Sync Challenge entry

The Lexington-Fayette Animal Care & Control department joined in the Lip Sync Challenge. It used Baha Men's "Who Let the Dogs Out?" for the video published Sunday.
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The Lexington-Fayette Animal Care & Control department joined in the Lip Sync Challenge. It used Baha Men's "Who Let the Dogs Out?" for the video published Sunday.

The Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control department has joined in the nationwide lip sync battle among police departments with a rendition of a Baha Men classic.

With their take on “Who Let the Dogs Out?” the Animal Care and Control officers showcased their lip syncing, choreography and (some) butt-shaking talents.

The video starts with a dispatcher saying “It looks like we have a possible 17B in progress and signal 4. It looks like someone let the dogs out.” Then it’s Chief Nathan Bowling asking on his radio scanner the question that has been unanswered for nearly 20 years: “Who let the dogs out?”

They couldn’t do the song without the main character(s), so there are some furry co-stars.

At the conclusion of the video, an officer is heard on the scanner saying “I’m gonna need backup out here. It looks like somebody’s let the pig out, too.”

The Animal Care and Control unit passed the baton to the Lexington Police K-9 unit, challenging it to do its own video.

Owensboro police and Henderson police have also done their own videos in recent weeks. The challenge originated last month in Texas in a challenge between the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office and the San Antonio Police Department.

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