Dog Finds Endless Joy Rolling Herself Down A Hill

Juju is all about having fun in life.

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“That was fun. Can I do it again?” Via Instinct Dog Behavior & Training LLC/Facebook
Cari Jorgensen

You know that endless joy children have in doing simple things like running through a sprinkler, chasing each other in a game of tag or just rolling down a small hill? Well, apparently dogs find the same joy in those simple things… especially the rolling down the hill thing. Just ask Juju.

Juju is an alumnus of Instinct Dog Behavior & Training LLC in New York City. She’s also an English Bulldog that loves to roll with it. And there’s proof of that in the video the training facility posted on their Facebook page.

There’s nothing like rolling down a hill over and over again. Via Instinct Dog Behavior & Training LLC/Facebook

There’s nothing like rolling down a hill over and over again. Via Instinct Dog Behavior & Training LLC/Facebook

The video shows Juju running down a hill until finally she throws herself into a roll. It may look like she’s fallen, but rest assured, she did it on purpose. When she gets to the bottom of the hill, she takes a beat to catch her breath before running back up the hill to do it all over again.

And again.

Is anyone having more fun than this dog?

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  • I lost my 14 and a half year old English bulldog 10 days ago. She was the happiest creature on earth,
    and very much like Juju. I miss her so much. Had her since she was 8 weeks old and she could smile
    and play like no other dog we ever had. There is really nothing like a “Bully”! She is waiting for me at
    the Rainbow Bridge with about 20 others and her best friend, a golden retriever called Midas. A large
    part of my heart went with her but Juju is wonderful and made me smile. Thanks for sharing.

    Sandra Johnson May 4, 2016 2:30 pm Reply
  • Sandra, your right, it’s that hole they leave in your heart. Lost our Auggy two weeks before his 6th birthday. It has just been a year and I still cannot get through some days without getting wet eyes looking at his photos. It’s true. Unless you have…well you know the rest of that line. Not one single day went by without a laugh at something goofy he had done. Like you, I have a few of them waiting at the Bridge. I would give anything to just hold that big sausage one more time. Thanks Cari

    Craig Bennison May 21, 2016 7:18 am Reply

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