It never fails to astonish me just how low Trace can make that voice of his go. Arms crossed obviously does a little something to his chest or vocal cords or something because man made the headphones I'm wearing vibrate.
Strange feeling, let me tell you.
Back at the beginning of June I told you about Trace and the fun doggie jingle contest he was taking part in with Waggin' Train Dog Treats. Well here's a video of Trace not only talking about the contest but his house burning down too.
And speaking of the fire, soon after the fire destroyed their home, Trace spoke with People Pets about how his daughter had saved the family's two dogs.
As flames engulfed their home on June 4, the girls and their nanny escaped the house and fled to their safe place (Adkins and his wife Rhonda were not at home at the time). But when the 9-year-old realized her puppies could be in jeopardy, she started to go back to save them.
"A neighbor tried to stop her," Adkins tells PEOPLE Pets. "But she wouldn't be stopped." So the neighbor joined her and the two carried the pups to safety.
"They're her puppies," the crooner says of the 10-month-old Australian shepherds, Daisy and Bella. "[Brianna] has severe allergies and this is one of the only breeds that she can have. I told her, 'I'm proud of you. I'm proud of you for the way you saved those puppies.'"
Brave little Brianna even received the Compassionate Action award from PETA for her bravery.
"Thanks to the heroic actions of Brianna Adkins, her family's beloved dogs survived the fire and are alive and well," says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. "Her heroism is a compelling reminder that all members of the family—including dogs, cats, and other animals—deserve help in an emergency."