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|Culture & Science - Strange Inventions|
|Wednesday, 15 August 2012 03:00|
The only thing that is almost as popular as videos of cats are obviously the videos of dogs. For some reason this type of videos ever seduce us, just put in the youtube search the word "dog" or "cat" to see each other saturated these lovely animals doing silly things that for some strange reason find charming. But this is not the case Tret, he's not cute, or charming, but a colossal and ninja dog, which apparently feels a cat.
This is a race can Staffodshire Terrier American, whose greatest passion aside to pursue tires, tail biting and watering trees is to practice the difficult art of parkour as if she weighed the same as a goose. A few days ago someone, I guess the owner, came to YouTube a video that shows his talent Tret leaping between rooftops, walls, benches and what comes your way. Here I share your epic adventure through the streets of Ukraine:
Amazing! The dog even can climb walls. No cat is safe from him.
This video is actually part of a strategy to promote the launch of Tret-Training.com , a website where the dog owner claims it will soon release the method by which you taught your puppy to do all those stunts if I try I break the back.
Which begs the obvious question: You'd put your pet on a course like this? Sounds cool at first, but it is also risky, for example if your dog is one of those naughty tends to steal the food in an oversight not matter now how high the put, you can easily take their loot.