Back in February of 2011, I shared a slo-mo video featuring Iso, a Dachshund puppy, playing on a couch. Then in March of 2011, I shared another one of Iso getting a bath. They are still some of my most favorite videos of all time since I first started the Favorite Friday Video series I began on my blog.
Since then, there haven’t been a lot of videos to share of Iso. As with the rest of us, life just happens. We get busy and we don’t have the time we used to have. I am sure that is what happened to Iso’s owners. After all, making a slo-mo video, editing it and setting it to music is no small task.
But then, I received a little notification in my email last week. A new Iso video had been posted! It’s not as long as his other ones, but it still made me smile. I thought I would share it and another one I found from 2012. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
By the way, if you haven’t seen the other two I mentioned above. I highly recommend them. They are truly awesome.
Happy Friday everyone!
Ahhhh! Another lovely spring day in Minnesota. Who doesn’t love days like this?
So is it really any wonder that I chose this for my video this week? Yeah. I didn’t think so.
Happy Friday everyone!
Send us some sun will ya?
I don’t know if you’re up for it, but I have a little silent movie action to share with you today (or in this case, a YouTube video).
I found this awesome slow motion video a couple of weeks ago, but was hesitant to share it with you because it had no sound. But after watching it numerous times, I just couldn’t help but post it for Favorite Video Friday.
There is just something about seeing the fluidity of motion between the dogs as they play in the snow. Then, there is the and the beauty of of it all. Pay special attention to the Sheepdog (like you could miss him!) – he is the star of the show and just amazing to watch. Seeing him move as his fur flies all around is a sight to behold. I guarantee you won’t be bored.
Happy Friday and Happy New Year everyone!
This week’s video is a bit outside the adorable-dog-doing-something-cute genre, but I had to share it anyways. First, it contains a Sheltie (love!). Second, the Sheltie is following his boy as he does amazing things on his bike. Third, the video is just plain amazing to watch.
I admit it. I have a thing for Bassets. Well, two little Bassets in particular. We see them each evening at or dog park and they are absolutely adorable. Their names are Abby and Laine
I always know that when they see me they will run up for a little attention. Lainie will roll over so I can give her a belly rub and Abby is happy with a scratch behind the ears. I can’t help it. They make me smile.
That’s why this slo-mo video of a Basset drew my attention. Although this Basset is so very clearly a boy, he reminded me if the girls. Happy Friday everyone!
Okay. So I got a little gushy over this one. But, who can resist a Dachshund puppy… taking a bath… in slow motion?
Not to mention the music was a perfect match.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.