Brave Dog or cowardly
Brave dogs are more common, but some dogs are cowardly. So cowardly that they would probably be the first to hide from an intruder. They would rather feign sleep than confront a house burglar.
Other dogs are quite brave. They can be relied on when it comes to safeguarding a house or any kind of property. These dogs know how to bark, and they do it well and loud.
If you’re planning to take home a dog to raise, you will be better off with a brave breed. The benefits go beyond the reasons cited above. Brave dogs will be a great company to equally brave humans.
Take, for instance, the dog in our featured video. He’s so brave that he does not cower in fear at the sight of a roller coaster. See this dog hop on his first roller coaster ride.
Not a real roller coaster
Yes, you have been misled. The dog in our featured video did not ride an actual roller coaster. Instead, he rode one via a Virtual Reality (VR) headset.
Mind you, riding a roller coaster via VR is as good as the real deal. It’s called Virtual Reality for a reason. It’s supposed to feel real.
So kudos to the dog in our video. He goes by the name Tobias. He’s a three-year-old German shepherd.
We also admire what a brave dog Tobias is. Most dogs won’t feel at ease with the idea of having a gadget attached to their heads. But Tobias is an absolute trooper when it comes to trying out new things.
We can tell that Tobias was not entirely impressed with his VR roller coaster ride. He barely reacted to what he was experiencing. Or maybe this dog’s just way too chilled.
Still, it’s fun to see Tobias discover the wonders of Virtual Reality. Tech pundits say that it’s the future of entertainment.
Thanks to THAT DAD