Dogs, like humans, can have aspirations. All of them are likely to try to be more like their pet parents by doing human stuff. Is it feasible, though, for dogs to want to work? A puppy in Moscow seems to agree.
A Golden Retriever wanted to fulfill his aspirations after an outdoor live forecast in Russia. He realized he wanted a microphone to become a television reporter and a celebrity. As a result, he snatched the microphone and bolted during a live report. As a result of it, he seems to have had everything he ever desired.
Russian reporter Nadezhda Serezhkina was supposed to be making a weather report. In the news footage, she lets viewers know that the Moscow weather will be warming up soon.
But before she finishes her spiels, a Golden Retriever sneaks past the camera. The dog leaps up and snatches the reporter’s microphone—in his defense, the colorful mic looks an awful lot like a dog toy!
Serezhkina chases after the pup. The video then cuts back to the host, Elina Dashkueva, as that gets sorted out.
Dashkueva is surprised at first, but she manages to maintain a straight face and continue. Before changing the subject, she clearly says that the link was lost. Serezhkina can resume her prediction after around 30 seconds. This time, she’s accompanied by a new four-legged reporter.
Serezhkina is crouched down beside the microphone-stealing Golden Retriever as the video returns to her. She efficiently completes her report as the dog lies by her contentedly. She claims that the weather in April will be better than March’s, but there will be more storms.
No one was hurt in the attack, according to Serezhkina, but her microphone was bitten a few times.
Both of the Golden Retriever’s efforts were rewarded. He got to be on TV to send a weather forecast with a celebrity because of his fast thinking. After seeing this stunt, anybody who believes dogs can’t do something would reconsider their position. After all, dreams don’t just happen; we have to go for it, just as this intelligent dog does.
Have a look at the entertaining report below.
credits: WION via YouTube