Paws Planet – World Animal News
Dogs

This Dachshund Dog Finds It Exciting To Play With His Ball Alone

The dogs really know how to entertain themselves. It will be great if their owners or other dogs join them. But these smart and adorable furry friends can get fun and happiness on their own. The Dachshund in this video is a great example. He needs no help playing with the ball and still gets hooked with it. Keep scrolling!

Jerry is the name of the Dachshund. His owner makes a video of how he excitingly plays with his ball without help. The dog finds it exciting to play on his own.

This fun home project is a gift of Jerry’s owner for him. He wants Jerry to get more fun while staying home alone. It made him about two years of on and off to complete the project. And he didn’t try in vain. His smart furry friend really enjoys it. His son also loves it, too.

The man posted the video on Youtube, written: “I built the ball machine because I thought my dog Jerry, might like it and that it would be something fun for me to build.”

You can watch the video here.

Related posts

Scared Baby Possum Hitches A Ride On A Long-Haired Dog’s Back

Carolyn Mullet

Strong And Trustful German Shepherd Babysits His Younger Brother And Plays With Him

Margot Nolan

30+ Cute And Cool Photos Of Chocolate Siberian Husky Quoi

Margot Nolan

Loyal Dog Doesn’t Realize His Owner Has Gone Forever, Still Waits For Him Next To Empty Hospital Bed

Carolyn Mullet

This Husky Picked Out Her Own Kitten To Take Home From Shelter

Thuy Linh

10+ Adorable Photos Proving That Children Can’t Live Without Pets

Carolyn Mullet

Mother Dog Raises Tiny Abandoned Kitten As One Of Her Puppies

Carolyn Mullet

15+ Photos That Show How Much Our Dogs Love Us

Carolyn Mullet

Dog Never Loses Hope Waiting For His Left Family 4 Years At The Same Road

Carolyn Mullet

Woman Saves 20 Special Needs Dogs, And Still Wants To Rescue More

Carolyn Mullet

20+ Dogs That Never Think Of Hiding Their Emotions

Margot Nolan

Little Girl and Her Dog Have A “Conversation” With Each Other

Carolyn Mullet