The way he paused to stare into the corner for a moment was so adorable. Was he just taking a second to think to himself about how much fun he was having? These are the answers I need.
The zoomed in slow-mo at the end was perfect.
People ask what it’s like to teach middle schoolers; I now have an example.
My JRT is pretty much like this. Always super hyper whenever the prospect of a walk or playtime comes up. He'll stare at me for a second when the word "walk" comes up then just turn around in a sprint. He'll smash his face on the door frame if he's standing there, *every* single time. He's never going to learn any better after 4 years and it's never seemed to bother him.
If someone's at the door and he's on my lap he doesn't even take the time to get up to get off properly, he just instantly jumps/dives/tumbles off of me scratching the crap out of my legs. He'll also start barking but since he's already spazzing out flailing in the air it just comes out like a weird "borf" noise while he lands face first into the ground or something.
A Jack Russell Terrier basically has two settings; Asleep and Full Throttle, with nothing in between. They are nothing if not enthusiastic. Of course, that enthusiasm is often directed toward their own agenda, which is not likely to coincide with yours.
If you're the right sort of person, a Jack Russell is the best dog you'll ever have. They're immensely fun.
I'm exhausted just from watching this.
What an adorable dog!
Last in the competition, first in our hearts
" I love this part! Oh and also this part! Oh and this part's awesome!"
It’s so sad to see such a cute doggo afflicted with such an intense case of the zoomies.