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Best Dog Trick Ever: Norman the Scooter Dog Rides Bike ... for Real (Video)

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Norman started out riding a scooter before he graduated to a bicycle, hence his moniker.

My Lab puppy, Django, learned pretty early on how to sit, lay down, give paw, and high-five. I was pleased with her progress, but now it’s definitely time to up the ante, so to speak, and teach her more tricks. She’s eager to learn, and it’s fun watching her master a new one. Honestly, it’s even more fun to have her do tricks for family and friends because she’s so cute.

But truth be told, what Django knows are relatively basic commands and nothing out of the ordinary — especially when you consider what some dogs (with exceedingly patient owners) can do. Like ride a bike.

Yep, have you ever witnessed a quite large herding dog riding a bicycle?

Norman the Scooter Dog is a Briard, which is an ancient breed of large herding dog, originally from France. Unlike most pooches, Norman has his eye on Hollywood and has already appeared in Animal Planet’s “Who Let The Dogs Out?”

Still, his biking skills are astounding (and something I highly doubt Django will be doing anytime soon!).

See it here for yourself:



Image: Norman the Scooter Dog

Follow Danielle on Twitter and Facebook and Pinterest (where she maintains an ‘Adorable Pups’ board), or find her at her blog, Just Write Mom and Babble’s Strollerderby.

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