Rescue Dog Learns to Jump, and Now Just Can't Stop

Storyful Published March 12, 2019 4,150 Plays

Rumble / Dogs & Puppies - Dogs are adorable. They’re furry and cuddly and full of so much love, but they’re not perfect. Dogs are capable of doing things out of their character just like humans. The first, and perhaps most important, the result is that overall pet owners tend to laugh more frequently than individuals who are not living with companion animals. And why is that you ask?

Faithful, kind, affectionate, loyal - all these complementary characteristics apply to dogs that know their owners, like no other. Imagine what kind of secrets your beloved furry amigo could tell about you, if only it could talk.

Among other things, people love to show off their pets. They are treated as stars, as cute toy creatures that give one joy, or even ugly, but ridiculously funny pets. Pets are, and this is a fact, one of the top-5 keyword searches on the Internet.

This is why we decided to tell you a story/show you a video/ of this amazing/funny/cute dog… Pets are love and pets are life. Whether you like them or not, you can’t deny the fact that they put some rainbow sprinkles on your day, figuratively speaking. All pets are wonderful, but if there is one species that is able to turn up the party, then it’s definitely our canine friends.

Dogs are absolutely amazing. They remind us of smaller and hairier versions of humans that love nothing more than to have fun. It seems like we can never get enough of the puppy awesomeness. They keep us at our toes with their antics and melt us into puddles of mush when they turn on their charm. They are like our furry offspring that likes to wake us up early in the morning to go potty but we don’t mind because they are adorable.

Once Olive learned her new skill of jumping, the six-month-old rescue dog just couldn’t stop doing it. The puppy can be seen leaping around her Mount Airy, Maryland, home in this video, taken by her owner, Claire Turcotte. Turcotte told Storyful that she hops “whenever she gets wound up and wants to play.”

Credit: Claire Turcotte via Storyful

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