[Photo by: Dog Songs/Bandcamp]

We all know Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus has a big heart, and we love him even more after hearing his new song, “Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven,” with proceeds going to support the ASPCA and those pups affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Give it a listen below!

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The Dog Songs compilation features songs inspired by dogs from Scooby Doo to Clifford The Big Red Dog.

“Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven” was inspired by Dinky from National Lampoon’s Vacation, and it’s truly a bop. Check out a few of our favorite lyrics:

“Not every dog goes to heaven 
Dinky you're such a fucking drag 
Sometimes you just have it coming 
‘80s Chevy Chase was rad”

The song was written by Hoppus, Travis Barker and John Feldmann, and it’s going to be stuck in our head for the rest of the day, guaranteed. Give it a listen below!

Hoppus explains that he played bass and sang, Barker killed the drums and Feldmann shredded the guitars.

They describe it as “A compilation album about our favorite dogs. #DogConceptAlbum.” Amazing.

What are your thoughts on Mark’s pup song—and the amazing cause it’s going to support? Let us know in the comments below!