Dog Attempts To Escape Ocean Wave But Falls Into Waterhole
Dogs are a truly remarkable sort of species. They can have a ton of different characteristics attributed to them, and it’s no wonder they are at the top of the pet list in almost every household.
Don’t be mistaken, though. Dogs are animals just like us humans or any other animal living in the wilderness. This doesn’t mean that they are scarier than others, but they aren’t as tame as we would like to believe them to be. We must never forget where dogs came from. It is believed that the ancestor to all dogs was a wolf. You heard it right. It is believed that our lovely furballs lying curled up next to our feet on the couch are descendants from the packs of wolves that decided to start living closer to humans back in the day. The reason for their migration was none other than food. These wolves became smarter than their brothers and cousins in the wild and approached humans, which they were sure would give them food.
Evolution has a funny way of changing up the traits of a species and making it almost completely unrecognizable. But not all is lost. Still, somewhere in the depths of their beings, the predatory and survival instinct still remain. In ancient times, dogs helped our ancestors hunt for mammoth and toothed tigers. Dog teams bare the credit naturalists, geologists and other adventure-seekers ventured into expeditions and conquest of the Arctic and Antarctic. In the world of today, many dogs live a comfortable couch life next to their beloved owners and we are grateful to them for the company.
If there is one thing we love about dogs, it’s that the day is a thousand times brighter when they are at our side. Their goofy antics are insurmountable. If you don’t believe us, just take a look at this pupper in the video. It is no secret affair that dogs aren’t that fond of water or water surfaces. They are able to survive inside the depths, but they would much rather stay out of them. Take Zoey for example. Zoey tries her best to avoid the scary waves, but ends up falling completely into a hidden waterhole. That was totally unexpected but hilarious nevertheless.
Scientists have conducted comprehensive research and have determined that when a person looks at a pet dog, the hormone oxytocin is produced in his or her body. Apparently, that's why dogs love to look at their master with their gentle eyes, when they want to get something. By the way, the same hormone in the body is produced when a person looks at a small child. This oxytocin is the sole culprit why dogs “understand” us so profoundly. Many dog owners can confirm that whenever they are sad, worried or anxious their dog starts to behave differently, as if they can read our thoughts and feelings.
What do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!