You sleep with your dog, you talk to your dog, you even bring a gift home for your dog. But do you dance with your dog? If you didn’t know, dog dancing is one thing. A woman made a video of her dancing together with the dog. Dogs can teach dance in the same way they teach other tricks, such as sitting and staying. It takes a lot of time and patience to do that. Emily and her dog have been working on this for some time, and the bonds they share make them great dance partners.
Emily posts a video on YouTube to show others not only how well dogs can dance, but also to teach pets to dance. The biggest advantage of dancing with a dog is that as long as you have a lot of treats, the dog doesn’t care what kind of music you use.
Emily and her dog Henrietta are not the only dog dancers around. There is an entire organization built around this hobby. The Musical Dog Sports Club also hosts workshops and events for those who want to try out dog dance. According to their website:
“The mission of the Musical Dog Sports Association is to advance dog freestyle sports and achieve a dog-human bond through active training inspired by the artistry of music and choreography. Developed by Freestyler for Freestylers, MDSA is a way to combine dog freestyle with training, teamwork, music and movement to celebrate the unique qualities of an individual dog. Defined as a dog sport combined with an artistic choreography performance that emphasizes a dog partner in.
It is built on the basis of a positive work relationship between a dog and a handler. MDSA We are proud to continue this new sport of growth and quest tradition. We pursue the common goal of bringing the wonders of dog freestyle and the joy of the bond between dogs and handlers to more people. We look forward to working in harmony with you, and give it a try. Choose a song with your partner and start working on your next routine. Get ready for the contest right away or shoot a video like Emily or Henrietta. You have the potential to be the next big winner.