Thinking of a breath-taking stunt that your dog can do to gain a million views on YouTube?
The irony of gaining a million views is that it can sometimes be so easy to reach without even trying.
Just take a look at this guy and his four adorable dogs.
In this video, we can see that, at first, it appears that nothing is exciting about it, just four dogs in the car with their owner driving somewhere. So what could be so special about this video that it got more than a million views? Well, after a few moments in the video, the owner suddenly asked his four dogs: “Alright Y’all, where are we going?” And this is where the fun starts!
Like excited kiddos, the four German Shorthaired Pointers suddenly jumped and barked really loud inside the car! This is just so fun to watch! These four dogs jumped in excitement because the moment their owner asked them where they would go, they already knew the answer.
And where could this be? To the park!
These dogs certainly don’t care if they looked goofy or what, they’re just so excited (and itching) to land their paws at the park and play there all day.
Their breed is known in the dog breeding circles as a very well-behaved dog, but as we can see in the video, this particular trait was somehow “malfunctioned” for some reason.
This video is so fun to watch that we replayed it a couple of times just to get the hang out of it! It became so popular that it skyrocketed into more than a million views, making people in various parts of the world laugh and be fascinated.
This video was uploaded around International Dog Day, which is annually celebrated on August 26th, and this hilarious, yet heart-melting video was a fitting way to highlight their importance in our lives. Also, a lot, and we mean a LOT of fellow dog owners on the comment section, are fascinated but can also relate to this hilarious moment and have also shared their experiences. The positive comments are also filled with people who, even if they’re not dog owners themselves, expressed how fun it was to watch the video.
Source: T3 via Youtube