Excited Dog Jumps Through Field Of Tall Grass In Kangaroo Style
This is the adorable moment when a dog goes ecstatic with the sensation of jumping through tall grass fields and merrily bounces in kangaroo style!
Watch this hilarious footage as Megan the Lurcher hops around a crop field with her best friend Molly, the Jack Russell, on a warm sunny day! She is the pure definition of the happiest dog in the world!
When you see this bunny hopping dog you may be wondering what have causes such an unusual behavior. Dogs that engage in bunny hopping are picking up their back legs at the same time, a movement that reminds us of how rabbits or kangaroos hop. This behavior is often seen in young dogs, but sometimes adult dogs can engage in it as well.
Hopping through tall grass often causes dogs to jump like kangaroos. This particular video of a dog, happily hopping through a tall field of grass almost resembles a canine personification of a kangaroo. Adorable! In addition, some dogs will also instinctively bounce and hop when a ball is being tossed in tall grass. It is sure a fun behavior to watch!
Footage shows a dog merrily hopping and it looks like it is pouncing, a hunting strategy used by predators to hunt down some small critters. The pouncing help predators to flush the critter out from its hiding spot and catch it.
If you want to know what true happiness looks like, check out this hopping kangaroo-like dog. This happy dog is in heaven as he runs and jumps through the crop field! Cuteness overload!
And on the topic of dogs, love and happiness, take a look at the following video where a little dog reaches for the highest notes while singing "Happy Birthday" to owner.
This absolutely adorable video clip takes place in Bowmanville, Ontario. A woman named Emily is seated at a table with her Mini-Dachshund Fred who is also a rescue dog. Emily is celebrating her birthday and a delicious looking frosted cake adorned with lit candles is on display. As is the tradition, her family begins to sing the Happy Birthday song to Emily. They only manage to sing about 3 or 4 words before Fred the dachshund joins in the chorus. He is belting it out and reaching for the highest notes. He even manages to drown out the other singers with his powerful vocals. The family continues to sing but it's of no use. This is now Fred's solo performance and he has taken over with his high pitch howls. It's the funniest thing and Emily is clearly amused by her pet's interaction.
It is very enjoyable when our animals can partake in family activities. After all, dogs are family too and they enjoy these special occasions just as much as their owners do. Clearly, Fred the dachshund loves to be in on the action and his family gets plenty of laughs from his antics. Mini-Dachshunds are so cute and their energetic and clever personalities lend themselves to family events.