Australian Shepherd Grabs Her Own Sled And Speeds Down The Hill

Australian Shepherds, who are also known as Aussies, are a breed of highly intelligent dogs. They require a lot of mental and physical stimulation. One Aussie named Secret is currently winning over the internet with an adorable video of the 5-year-old dog going sledding.

Besides sledding, Secret has also been taught other cool tricks by her owner, Mary, through positive reinforcement, such as how to play Jenga, paint, and even enjoy bath time. The pair are inseparable and do everything together – even yoga! Secret is a very adventurous dog and is always up for learning new things. One of her favorite activities happens to be sledding.

Mary posted a video of Secret sledding all by herself and the clip was an instant viral hit. In the video, Secret is seen happily heading up a snowy hill pulling a sled in her mouth. As soon as she hits the top, she hops on and slides down the hill, impressively keeping her balance. When the sled finally stops at the bottom of the hill, Secret jumps off, grabs her sled again, and races back towards the top.

The video has been viewed more than 350k people. Mary captioned the video, “Sledding! We finally got enough snow to really sled yesterday and Secret couldn’t be more thrilled! It’s definitely one of her favorite activities, she probably went down this hill 50 times today!”

You can watch the video below of Secret have a blast sledding:

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