Family Sets Up Water Bottle Maze For Their Tiny Dachshund

Bored at home with your dog? Hopefully, this silly video will provide you with a little inspiration.

Dachshunds are adorable little dogs with long bodies affectionately known as weiner dogs. It’s their adorable little physique that often gets featured in funny videos because of the way they move those long bodies with their stubby little legs.

It just melts your heart.

And on long-haired Dachshund, Chobi, thrilled the Internet in a video that featured him making his way through a water bottle maze. Of course, the whole objective of the maze was to not knock any of the water bottles over – a feat much easier said than done.

The video starts out with a happy little Chobi racing around the corner only to stop when he sees the task ahead. The little dog then slows down his pace as he goes, proving that slow and steady do, in fact, win the race.

Given Chobi’s long, sausage-like body, he actually did a surprisingly good job of weaving in and out of the obstacles in his way. He only knocked two bottles down – but we have a feeling that was only because he hesitated and questioned his own abilities.

And given that we’re currently in a global pandemic, we’re sure there are plenty of other Dachshund owners doing similar activities with their pups while trying to stay entertained while in quarantine.

Watch the adorable video of Chobi in action below:


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