(incase embed did not work) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hiu8JkD48iY&feature=channel
This video is nothing fancy, but it does sort of give you a hint of how hard Luna likes to play when she is in the mood. If you see her and a vizsla buddy play hard it really sounds like they are eating . Luna comes from a VERY vocal family so she learned to bark in the face to try and illicit play… can’t really blame her for that, and sometimes it actually works. Sadly Wyatt usually ignores her (downside of getting a rather laid back lab… but guess we couldn’t have gotten a better dog for the Mr.) and thus she has to take matters into her own hands…
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This is a bit of what we call “wild hares” or “Zoomies.” Vizslas are known for these antics, even 4 year old ones like Luna. It never fails to bring a smile to my face… pardon the
retard crazy owner egging her on in the video, it is what I do and I have little shame. Heck I will do it with client dogs too to encourage these moments. Some stop and look at me like I am crazy, probably because they never had anyone encourage this behavior but eventually they catch on and carry on. This is a mild wild hare as well, she has gone for what seems like 10 minutes sometimes all by herself, even better if anyone is bothering to try and chase her. She probably hates living with such unenergetic/lazy dogs lol. I sure do as they do not help her wear out. But oh well, such is life I don’t see us getting a puppy for Luna anytime soon.
Here is another cute video I simply had to share… these two are currently staying with us in the kennel, and I just love how friendly they are.
(incase embed did not work) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWXHccY_S0c&feature=channel
NOTE: I have tried to embed these videos like 10 times now about 4 different ways and it is still not working. Anyone have any ideas??? Sorry