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Border Collie Trained To Look At Camera Right On Cue1m00s

Border Collie Trained To Look At Camera Right On Cue

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, people actually had to sit down and stay frozen for a minute to get their picture taken. They didn’t know the outcome and they couldn’t change it a bit, they just had to accept their fate and live with the photos as they are. Can you imagine the horror? All kidding aside, people have it easy these days. Ever since the invention of digital cameras, photography has flourished and it is almost inevitable that somewhere in time someone took a photo of you and most likely than not it is forever embed in the confines of the world wide web. It can both be a blessing and a curse, it is up to you to decide it. These past few years there’s been an even funnier phenomenon than the amount of pictures taken. Can you guess what it is? You probably can, but don’t worry, we’ll wait for you to first take your selfie. No one from 7 days to 77 years or even more is immune to the selfie-plague. It has escalated so much to the point where people take selfies of literally everything they do, and you can’t escape it. Apparently, even pets can’t escape it. If that isn’t enough, some people are actually able to train their pets to strike a pose and remain frozen until they’ve taken the perfect selfie. This adorable Border Collie named Ace is obviously a pro at taking selfies with his owner because he knows just when to turn and even which pose to take. That is seriously cool. Plus, if we’re being honest, we never really mind pictures of adorable pets .

This Pupper Trains To Be A Professional Action Star51s

This Pupper Trains To Be A Professional Action Star

Being a movie actor is a very lucrative profession. After all, all you have to do is memorize a few lines and deliver them as convincingly as possible, cash in on your time and you are covered for a comfortable, in not luscious life. It is a glamorous lifestyle, but someone has to do it right? Well, this pupper has his eyes set on becoming the next action hero and we are rooting for him! Watch as two-year-old Ace the Border Collie acts out a dramatic action scene with the help of his owner. When given his cue, Ace rushes in to a shootout scene, calling our his attacker, only to get shot in the chest. Every. Single. Time! The pup is tireless, doing cut after cut, dropping his entire body on the floor when he hears the “bang”. He then lays there, shooting his assailant with eyes filled with judgement, until he hears the clicker, indicating that the scene has been cut. Ace does the same scene over and over from several different angles, proving that he is just as much a professional as the big guns like Dwayne Johnson and Mark Wahlberg. We see a bright future ahead of him. Watch out Hollywood! A lot of dogs love doing this trick, because it is awesome and their owners are delighted when it works out splendidly. They react with excitement and, at the end of the day, what dog doesn’t like excitement, right? But they all should learn a bit from Ace and his temperamental delivery of the “<a href=" https://rumble.com/v332us-french-bulldog-knows-how-to-act-like-a-pro-movie-actor.html " target="_blank">bang bang</a>” trick. This <a href=" https://rumble.com/v4rj7t-gigantic-newfoundland-flops-on-the-floor-and-plays-dead-for-owner.html " target="_blank">Newfie</a>, for example, could ease up on the drama!

Border Collie practices her dance moves59s

Border Collie practices her dance moves

Holly the Border Collie is learning how to dance. Check out how she moves to the beat of some Merengue music as her owner uses the positive reinforcement training method. You can just see how happy she is! Credit to 'Positivedogcare'.

 Talented Dogs Help Their Owner To Get Fit1m47s

Talented Dogs Help Their Owner To Get Fit

While other dogs are learning to sit, stay and fetch, these two dogs have been taught how to do something very unusual. Their owner needed some motivation to stay fit, so he decided to lend a helping hand from his pets. Footage first shows dog Holly, carefully climbing on her owner’s back, as he does the raised push-ups. During the exercise, Holly raises its front legs and balances her body, as the owner continues with the exercise. Now, this is one well-trained dog ! There is nothing as lovely as this kind of bonding between owner and dog. Here we have the perfect scenario in which the owner bonds with his pups in the most adorable way. Taking exercise as an example is already boring as it is. However, this dog lover found a very creative way to make exercising fun, just by having the right company. This guy performs his regular work out while his pups join him in a heartbeat. Not only that but they show off their amazing skills by standing on two legs while their owner does push ups. They also act as weights and encourage their owner to get even more fit. If anyone is lacking in spirit to start their workout this might be a good solution. There is no way that you will be feeling lazy with such good company and great energy. Watch how cute they are as they do their best to motivate their owner and receive a treat afterwards! Holly weighs 17 kilos and Ace weighs 18 kilos, when they climb together they account for 35 kilos. Once again doggies come to prove that they are man's best friend. Good job!

Border Collie plays with owner like a human child1m15s

Border Collie plays with owner like a human child

Dogs are very smart and they can learn almost every trick in the book. We've seen it all – fetching, playing dead, begging – but this special pooch has a very cute talent. Holly the Border Collie catches a bucket perfectly while her owner then proceeds to toss tennis balls into it. During the game her buddy Ace waits his turn calmly and politely. They are trained by only positive reinforcement training method. This proves that with the right attitude, any pooch can reach it's true potential. How awesome is that? Credit to 'Positivedogcare'.

Border Collie catches 30 frisbees in a row28s

Border Collie catches 30 frisbees in a row

Dogs are very smart and they can learn almost every trick in the book. We've seen it all – fetching, playing dead, begging – but this special pooch has an awesome talent and reflexes fast as lightning. Check out this amazingly talented Border Collie named Ace doing his favorite trick which involves a bunch of Frisbee's and fast response time. He manages to continuously catch 30 Frisbee's thrown at him. Time to take this guy to the park! Credit to 'Positivedogcare'.

Dogs Practice Yoga With Owner And Help Him Stay Fit 47s

Dogs Practice Yoga With Owner And Help Him Stay Fit

Dog lovers often teach their dogs to obey simple commands like sit, stay and fetch, but these two dogs have been taught how to exercise. This owner needed motivation to stay fit, so he decided to invite his dogs to join in. Border Collies Holly and Ace join alongside their owner for some evening yoga exercises. Ace perfects a handstand while Holly does some hind leg sitting. Great job! Their owner does the yoga handstand and Ace immediately follows his owner’s footsteps and manages to balance his weight on his front feet, by raising its bottom and back legs in the air! Talk about circus dog! He has well-mastered the handstand and knows how to keep good balance as well. He stays in this position for as long as his owner keeps the handstand position against the wall! Amazing! During the exercise, Holly is standing on a chair, with its front legs raised and her body balanced , looking down at her owner and Ace, as they perform their handstand. This exercising trio is working in perfect harmony! There is nothing as lovely as this kind of bonding between owner and dog. Watch as the owner bonds with his pups in the most adorable way. Taking exercise is already boring as it is. However, this dog lover found a very creative way to make exercising fun, just by having the right company. This guy performs his regular work out while his pups join him in a heartbeat. Not only that but they show off their amazing skills , they also encourage their owner to get even more fit. If anyone is lacking in spirit to start their workout this might be the great idea There is no way you will be feeling lazy with great company and friendship! Keep up the good work! Credit to 'Positivedogcare'.

Pair of dogs perform amazing circus trick1m15s

Pair of dogs perform amazing circus trick

These young Border Collies named Ace and Holly have been practicing very hard with their owner and now get the chance to demonstrate their incredible balancing act. How long do you think it took them to perfect that? Amazing! Credit to 'Positivedogcare'.

Two Talented Dogs Perform Unbelievable Balancing Trick23s

Two Talented Dogs Perform Unbelievable Balancing Trick

Border Collie siblings Ace (black and white, 22-months-old) and Holly (red and white, 28-months-old) show off an incredible balancing trick with their owner. Can you believe that? Ace sits on his owner's stomach, while Holly climbs up on his feet. He then lifts her up and gives them both the cue to stand up on their rear legs. Both dogs demonstrate their exceptional balancing skills and we are not surprised, though very much amazed! Considered highly intelligent, extremely energetic, acrobatic and athletic, Border Collies frequently compete with great success in sheepdog trials and dog sports. They are the workaholics of the dog world – so don't expect a couch potato! It is unbelievable how these talented pooches can perform such difficult balancing trick with such an ease! These dogs should be given a medal for this impeccable skills! This breed likes to be busy. In fact, he must be busy or he becomes bored, which leads to annoying behavior, such as barking, digging, or chasing cars. He's not a dog to lie quietly on the front porch while you sip a glass of lemonade; he thrives on activity. Remember, he was bred to run and work all day herding sheep. (source: dogtime.com) Have you ever seen a dog performing circus-like tricks with flying colors? So if you have your own acrobatic aspirations, then a Border Collie is your best buddy and you two will surely win a lot of competitions!

Dogs demonstrate impressive balancing skills2m10s

Dogs demonstrate impressive balancing skills

Watch as these Border Collies, named Holly (22-months-old) and Ace (16-months-old), show off incredible balancing skills on a fit-ball. Their owner only uses positive reinforcement dog training and suggests that all canine owners use similar techniques when it comes to training their pets. Ace was even chosen by a popular TV program in Australia as "Australia's Smartest Dog". Amazing!