Boston Terrier shows off amazing keepie-uppie skills while balancing balls and balloons on its muzzle
On my head! Boston Terrier Guti shows off stunning keepie-uppie skills while balancing balls and balloons on his muzzle
- Images of Guti, the six-year-old Boston Terrier, were shot in Tat, Hungary
- Adorable pooch was nicknamed by Spanish soccer player Jose Hernandez
- His owner, Hanna Mehes-Godrosi, 30, said it took years for him to perfect the skill
A talented dog is caught on camera and balances objects on his muzzle every day, including toys, balloons and even footballs.
Images of Guti, the six-year-old Boston Terrier, were shot in Tat, Hungary.
The cute pooch, nicknamed retired Spanish football player Jose Hernandez, has lived up to its name by perfecting the skill of keepie uppies.
Images of Guti, the six-year-old Boston Terrier, were shot in Tat, Hungary, while he mastered his ball control skills. The talented dog stares tightly at tennis balls and the dog chews that he has balanced on the tip of his nose before walking backwards through the house
In the compilation video, Guti can run energetically through the grass while sitting after a tatty football.
He gains momentum and is ultimately able to turn the ball on his muzzle before he performs a number of turns without dropping it to the ground.
In other fragments, the talented dog stares at tennis balls and the dog chews that he has balanced on the tip of his nose before gradually walking backwards through the house.
The final clip shows how Guti focuses his attention on a white balloon that keeps floating up and down while he jumps after it enthusiastically and the video ends shortly thereafter.
The final clip shows that Guti is focusing his attention on a white balloon that continues to float up and down as he jumps behind it and the video ends shortly thereafter
Owner Hanna Mehes-Godrosi, 30, said: ‘Guti has always loved balls, they are the only toys he will not destroy in a matter of minutes.
“We always say he trains himself because we haven’t taught him anything. He practices a lot and enjoys it very much.
“We just” sit “,” stay “and learned the usual things. The tricks are 100 percent him.
“At first we were very surprised and laughed. It has been years since he developed his skills, but I think it will never get old. ”