Newfoundland Puppies Learn How To Use Doggy Treadmill

Published January 16, 2019 6,207 Plays $5.20 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesPuppies are such cutie pies.In this video, we can see Newfie puppies as they explore their doggy treadmill.

We all know cats are odd. You know this, and we know this. But if you really want to see some weird characteristics watch a puppy for some time. There do all kinds of hilarious things without even noticing it.
Some of their habits can be annoying, some hysterical, but they’re all head-scratching.

Have you heard about out-of-water paddling something puppies do very often?

When you put a dog in the water, she will automatically start paddling her legs to swim. It’s something they all do, and it’s easy to see why — they’re trying not to drown! Take your dog out of the water and the paddling will stop — something that also makes sense.

This isn’t what happens if you have a puppy though. For reasons that don’t completely make sense, puppies keep right on paddling for a while after you take them out of the water. Why? Are they afraid the water will return? Do they think it’s still there because they’re wet?
They are also born to be wild
How is it possible that puppies can both be so tired that they pass out without warning and so hyper that they can skitter across your living room floor without breaking for hours? …Actually, wait, those two things totally make sense together. Puppies are like Tasmanian devils hyped up on sugar! Gnawing… on everything

Your expensive new shoes have holes in them. The arms of your favorite comfy chair have seen better days. And while you were freaking out that your pup chewed through a wooden sculpture, you looked over and noticed what was left of your smartphone in his mouth.

One minute your puppy is having a fight with a blanket and getting himself all tangled up. The next minute he’s in your underwear drawer ripping new holes for you. (You’re welcome!) And a few minutes later you hear your car alarm going off because he’s somehow gotten the keys off of the hook on the wall—five feet up!—and started chewing on them.

Puppies’ innate desire to learn everything may lead to some frustration and even embarrassment if they, say, bring those chewed up underwear out when you’re having a party. But breathe deep, remember that it’s only a phase.

And take pictures. You may want to pull your hair out now, but it won’t be long before you are reminiscing these crazy behaviors. And about these curious Newfie puppies and their treadmill, a couple more times and they'll get the hang of it!