But it’s not your fault. According to a short but fascinating article in Scientific America, dogs, and almost all other mammals, don’t like any music. Humans are nearly unique (damn you bats!) in there ability to easily distinguish tones within a twelfth of an octave (and less). Dogs, for instance cannot distinguish within a third of an octave. Thus a C note and a D note sound identical to them. Apparently, we have this ability thanks to separate and more sensitive neural pathways for natural and unnatural (pure tone) sounds.
It’s good to be human.