Lifestyle Pets Pets 'All Shook Up' over Elvis's Birthday! Hound dogs (and a cat!) pay tribute on what would have been the animal lover's 75th birthday By Helin Jung Helin Jung Helin Jung is a writer and editor based in Los Angeles. People Editorial Guidelines Published on January 7, 2010 10:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 09 GUITAR MAN Elvis Aaron Presley was born Jan. 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Miss. Seventy-five years later, this unabashed fan keeps the King’s legacy alive with trademark sunglasses and droopy lip. 02 of 09 LET ME BE YOUR TEDDY BEAR Charlie Neibergall/AP Obviously, every self-respecting Elvis impersonator should have an Elvis-impersonating, guitar-playing bulldog by his side. 03 of 09 HUNK O' LOVE The King often inspired his audiences to fall apart screaming, and could you blame them? With his piercing gaze, spontaneous gyrations and oh, that hair, Elvis had a lot to love. 04 of 09 ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? Elvis’s theatrical costumes of the ’70s are the most imitated of his looks. The shinier and blingier and glitterier, the better. Bonus points for the cape. 05 of 09 CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Because the gold lamé curtains weren’t enough of a tip-off, this Elvis dog has a guitar emblazoned with the King’s name. 06 of 09 A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION Christopher Berkey/AP “Look, guys, if you’re just going to stare at me, I’m going to bed!” These words, spoken by Presley in 1965, will live in perpetuity, but this pooch looks like he wishes he could say them out loud. 07 of 09 LOVE ME TENDER We don’t mean to insult anybody by any means, but does this dog have an uncanny resemblance to the Flying ELVI, or what? He has to at least be their furry mascot. Right? 08 of 09 ALL SHOOK UP Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Lookin’ sharp! If you’re dressed as Elvis, big or small, you’ll always look stylish, like this Siberian husky! 09 of 09 STUCK ON YOU Gene Herrick/AP The man may have left the building, but his legacy (and his great love of animals) lives on. Here’s to you, Elvis! Happy 75th!