Dog performs CPR

The 2016 World Championship of Dances With Dog was held in Moscow, Russia, June 23-26, 2016.

Participants competed in two categories:

  1. Freestyle
  2. Heelwork to music

In the freestyle category, the routine displays the dog and the handler in a creative, innovative and original way, using music and intricate movements to showcase teamwork, artistry, athleticism and style in interpreting the theme of the music.

The ten best routines competed in the freestyle final.

Representing Italy, Lusy Imbergerova and the very talented Deril took Second Place with this impressive and very charming performance.

Deril even simulated giving CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) to Lucy!

H/t PawMyGosh


13 responses to “Dog performs CPR

  1. Pretty amazing, God love em

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  2. This still chokes me up like the first time. Thanks for the post.

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  3. Excellent!!! The best Friend I ever had in my entire life is a Dog, it’s also my longest running relationship of 18yrs!!! If I was cohabiting with a human for that long, we probably wouldn’t be still cuddled up on the couch right now! She’s never asked anything of me, other than to just be with me.

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  4. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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  5. Most excellent!

    Bonus: the military theme and soldier song triggers proggies 🙂

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    • DCG . . . . The “Bonus” that goes along with this routine is wonderful. Any way you can vex a Proggie, all the better. Actually, just living the life of a Conservative is enough to vex most of them.

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  6. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    Some dog.


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  7. Dr Eowyn . . . . That was such a wonderful post! Thank you.

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  8. Although cats and dogs have been close to humans for 15,000+ years, the fact is that dogs are much more human-dependent and associated. Cats choose by apparent whim whom they wish to be with, whereas a dog wants a mentor and guide.


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