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Singing dog impresses Simon Cowell

I’m waiting for the day when a dog comes on “America’s Got Talent” with a trained human.

Until then we have this — a performance Tuesday night by a singing dog named Oscar and his piano playing human, Pam.

The 3-year-old golden retriever performed Pachelbel’s “Canon in D Major” — so well that judge Simon Cowell pointed out that he had some promise. (Cowell wasn’t quite as positive about Pam’s piano playing.)

Oscar, unlike some contestants, actually sounded like he was on key, or at least harmonizing.

Before the performance, Pam boasted, “He can sing. He can hold a note. He can even do a vibrato.”

The dog started singing about a year and a half ago when she was playing the piano at home, she said.

“I’m not kidding. I’ve done this show a long time and I always said if we could find a dog that could sing, that would be everything to me,” Cowell said before the performance.

After the performance, Cowell said, “I think your piano playing isn’t great, by the way. I think it could use a little practice, but we may have found our first singing dog. Genuinely. This is exciting.”