I am thrilled that there’s finally an easy way to upload video directly to Blogger….
Though I tend to take more still photos of Truman than actual video (you would think the opposite would be less of a challenge), I occasionally like to record a moment for posterity. This is a brief clip of the madness that occurred after Truman’s first bath. I had promised him that I would feed him dinner afterward if he was a good boy.
Yes, I fed him anyway. But that’s not the point of this story.
For your inaugural TrumanVision experience, please enjoy a little of his post-bath “Labrador Shuffle.” Pure energy burn or an attempt to air dry himself? You decide:
He is adorable! I have a puppy – a Golden Retriever named Teddy who just turned a year old, is huge, and has a ton of energy! I just gave him a bath a few minutes ago!
Oh my gosh, that video reminds me of rufus, Theo, and Grant, actually most of the Labs I know, LOL. Rufus got all excited when he heard you ask Truman if he wanted dinner, grin.
SOO cute!!! Is that Jars of Clay I hear in the background??? At least the first song? Gooooood stuff. 🙂
Pure Labrador, I can tell. I love that butt-tuck-and-run mode.
oh my gosh! That’s what my dogs do after I give them a bath. They feel the need to run around in laps and act crazy. Not only does Cobra do it, but my Aussie and collie/shepherd mix too.He was so cute though!
I just love my after bath shuffle time….
Yes, Truman loves his shuffle time as well…the one on the video was a pretty tame version. You should have seen him after the thunderstorm we had last week — I couldn’t walk him like I usually do, because it was raining, so his energy just stored up and he eventually exploded in my apartment.Which is why my downstairs neighbors hate us.Oh well. Whaddayagonna do?
Joanna, I think you must be right, that the first song is Jars of Clay. My guess for the second song is either Evanescense or BarlowGirl. I had to rewatch the video and listen hard, but those are my guesses.
Right you are, ladies, about Jars of Clay — but the second song is by Nichole Nordeman. I was listening to the “Amazing Grace” soundtrack. 🙂