Australian Shepherds, known as Aussies, are intelligent dogs that need a lot of mental and physical stimulation. One Aussie named Secret is proving that kids are not the only ones who love to go sledding.
The 5-year-old Aussie was taught how to play Jenga, paint, and even to love baths through positive reinforcement training by her mom, Mary. The two are inseparable and do everything together, including yoga. Secret loves to learn and is always up for an adventure. One of her favorite activities is sledding.
Mary posted a video of Secret sledding all by herself and it instantly went viral. In the video, the adorable dog eagerly heads up the snowy hill with a sled in her mouth. As soon as she reaches the top, she drops the sled and hops on. She sails down the snowy hill and manages to keep her balance. When the sled finally comes to a stop at the bottom of the hill, Secret jumps off and picks it up in her mouth as she races back towards the hill.
The video was viewed by over 350k people. Her mom captioned the video with, “Sledding!❄❤ We finally got enough snow to really sled yesterday and Secret couldn’t be more thrilled! It’s definitely one of her favorite activities, she probably went down this hill 50 times today!”
I don’t know about you, but after watching the video I want to go sledding, but I don’t think I have the energy to climb the hill 50 times. Dogs show us how to enjoy the little things in life and remind us to live in the moment.
Watch Secret have a blast sledding in the video below and don’t forget to share.
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Sledding!❄❤ We finally got enough snow to really sled yesterday and Secret couldn’t be more thrilled! It’s definitely one of her favorite activities, she probably went down this hill 50 times today!😂💞 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Follow my Pawtners @marvelous_marble_ @bluebearaussie
Andrea Powell is an animal enthusiast that resides in West Michigan. When not writing, she is exploring the great outdoors with her dogs and horses.
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