SB 3.17.10

saṅgītavad rodanavad
 unnamayya śirodharām
vyamuñcan vividhā vāco
 grāma-siṁhās tatas tataḥ
Word for word: 
saṅgīta-vat — like singing; rodana-vat — like wailing; unnamayya — raising; śirodharām — the neck; vyamuñcan — uttered; vividhāḥ — various; vācaḥ — cries; grāma-siṁhāḥ — the dogs; tataḥ tataḥ — here and there.
Translation: 
Raising their necks, dogs cried here and there, now in the manner of singing and now of wailing.