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Dog looks just like a kangaroo when it bounces on trampoline

VIDEO footage has prisoner the waggish moment a dog peeks over a high wall - by jumping up and down on a trampoline. The implausible clip shows the fervent dog jumping up and down behind the wall with only his conduct hysterically popping up and down into sight. The video was taken by a dumbfounded dog hiker as they took their own pooch, Bubba, for a walk in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, yesterday (THU) morning. With its ears waving and tongue appearing to hang out, the daft dog looks identical to the John Lewis advert in which Buster the Boxer jumps on the familys Christmas trampoline. The humorous video was uploaded to Facebook by the a internal dog day centre, Safe Paws, with the caption: Bubbas Mum was walking him in Westend park, Alloa and speckled this chap! Brilliant! The extraordinary clip has already been watched 4,500 times with a serve 225 likes and large some-more comments.
Can you see him? (Picture: Deadline News)

Now you can fake you’re in sunny Australia by vouchsafing your dog burst on your trampoline.

At least, it sort-of worked for this dog owners from Clackmannanshire in Scotland, whose dog looks just like a kangaroo when he’s trampolining.

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Footage shot of from next doorway shows the dog bouncing up and down so it can poke its conduct above a wall.

The animal was trying to locate a glimpse of a lady who was filming it while walking her own dog in Westend Park.

The smartphone footage was then sent to Shirley MacMillan, who owns dog day caring centre Safe Paws.

She then uploaded the footage to Facebook.

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‘She was walking her own dog when she speckled it. It’s so humorous since it’s taken just a couple of doors down from where we used to live,’ she wrote.

‘It’s ridiculously funny. It’s like he was wanting a provide or just wanting to contend hi.

‘It’s left a little viral but we can see since since it is hilarious.’

VIDEO footage has prisoner the waggish moment a dog peeks over a high wall - by jumping up and down on a trampoline. The implausible clip shows the fervent dog jumping up and down behind the wall with only his conduct hysterically popping up and down into sight. The video was taken by a dumbfounded dog hiker as they took their own pooch, Bubba, for a walk in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, yesterday (THU) morning. With its ears waving and tongue appearing to hang out, the daft dog looks identical to the John Lewis advert in which Buster the Boxer jumps on the familys Christmas trampoline. The humorous video was uploaded to Facebook by the a internal dog day centre, Safe Paws, with the caption: Bubbas Mum was walking him in Westend park, Alloa and speckled this chap! Brilliant! The extraordinary clip has already been watched 4,500 times with a serve 225 likes and large some-more comments.
The dog looks like a kangaroo (Picture: Deadline News)

Everyone desired the clip of course.

One Facebook user wrote: ‘Is it a dog or a kangaroo? Absolutely brilliant.’

Another added: ‘Aww bad baby wants to get out and play.’

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