A SAUCHIE woman’s dog has ended up being an internet sensation after the adorable pup was captured trying to sing along to Auld Lang Syne.

Esther Foxton’s little pooch, Fabio, tried to belt out the famous song when the bagpipe version of the tune started playing in the background.

The 5-year-old dog’s almost-dulcet tones were caught and posted on Facebook by Esther on January 1, with the ballad being the traditional Hogmanay song all over the world.

Loves auld lang syne 😂😂😂😂

Posted by Esther Foxton on Monday, 1 January 2018

Fabio, who lives with his owner in Sauchie, Clackmannanshire, lifts his head into the air as he hears the bagpipes kicking in and begins to howl along.

Fabio the Chihuahua was sitting on his owner's lap when he heard Auld Land Syne begin to play

As soon as he heard the bag pipes he raised his head and began howling along

Esther put the music on as her four-legged-friend sits on her lap.

The talented canine has been 'singing' since he was a pup after hearing a siren from an ambulance.

However, it's the first time Fabio has heard the bagpipes and he could not stop himself from joining in.

Posting the short clip online of her beloved dog, Esther wrote: “Ma wee dog singing to Auld Lang Syne.'

Showing his ability to hold a note, he appears to get more and more excited as the song goes on before the music is eventually switched off.

Speaking about Fabio, Esther said: “He does it all the time. He's always loved singing and will sing to anything.

“He's done it since he was a pup and the first time he made the noises was when an ambulance went past with its sirens on when he was four months old.”

Esther posted the clip to social media where plenty of people wanted to compliment Fabio on his talents.

Marcia Gordon said: “Carries a tune better than me.”

Shirley Williamson posted: 'Aw Esther this is so cute. He must have Scottish blood. Love it.”

Auld Lang Syne was written by famed Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1788.

It is known worldwide and is traditionally sung to bid farewell to the old year at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve as participants link arms as they sing along.