It doesn’t take a lot to fulfill a canine. A stroll on the shoreline will do it. That is the thing that happened when George Dumaine took his vizsla for a stroll on the sandy shore. Presently, vizsla’s are a breed known for their amusing tricks. In the case of sneaking up on a “wolf” or being languid getting up the canines are notable for their vitality, delicate nature and their “hunterly” impulses.
This goes towards clarifying George’s pooch’s response in the video beneath. The canine is, VERY amped up for his revelation at the shoreline. What’s more, what did he find? A mollusk. I know. It doesn’t sound energizing.
In any case, I ended up grinning and getting similarly excited at the find by just watching this silly canine dance and bounce around with bliss. I’m not alone. Since George posted his video, it’s gotten more than 40 million site visits! It just goes to show, a happy dog equals a happy human. (Note: there’s no sound with the video, sadly, but you can imagine the huffs of glee that the dog is no doubt making)
This enthusiastic dog reminds me of the Dachshund who finds a crab friend at the beach. You can watch that cute video here.