Border Collie Loves Watching Other Dogs On TV

JRtheBorderColliePublished: November 22, 2017Updated: November 27, 20171,328 plays$2.01 earned
Published: November 22, 2017Updated: November 27, 2017

When a dog show or video of dogs doing tricks comes on the television, Junior the Border Collie becomes completely obsessed with it, studying every move. Junior can see images on the television and has been known to watch hours of television at a time, barely taking his eyes off the screen. He even knows the theme songs of certain shows and movies and comes running from across the house to sit down and watch.

Like most other dogs, Junior can perceive images on the television like a human. He is intelligent enough to recognize other animals, toys and activities and has different reactions to what is on. He barks at other dogs, whines at cats and loves to have a ball in his mouth when watching flyball competitions on the dog shows. He loves fast moving objects on the television, but most of all, he loves watching other border collies do tricks.

Research has shown that all <a href="https://rumble.com/v30fda-sweet-little-dogs-are-watching-tv.html" target="_blank">dogs can see the television</a>, they just see it differently. The reaction the dog has comes down to its personality. Some dogs are very territorial and when they see another dog on the television, they may bark and freak out to make it leave. Other dogs hate people and seeing people on the tube may create a nasty reaction. The breed of the dog also has a lot to do with their reaction. Hound Dogs are driven by their nose and are not usually interested in visual stimulation; however, <a href="https://rumble.com/v3q9a3-almost-600-border-collies-gather-in-south-australia-oval-in-bid-to-break-wo.html" target="_blank">Border Collies</a> like Junior can be obsessed with moving objects, making the television a highly stimulating activity.

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