Anti-gravitational Scottie

[caption id="attachment_2460" align="aligncenter" width="500"]Look, Scottie Mom - no feet! Look, Scottie Mom - no feet![/caption]

Anyone who has ever witnessed a Scottie dog running full speed ahead knows they appear to be levitating at times, their little paws hardly touching the ground below. Sometimes, we get lucky and catch this amazing feat on camera like the photo above in which it appears Mr. K has no back legs. What do you suppose has him running like so?

13 comments:

  1. sharonsullivan578240323April 24, 2013 at 6:42 AM

    For Otis, it would be a duck. He has jumped in the air only to grab a duck in flight!

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  2. He looks like he'd flying towards a squirrels to me:-)

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  3. My question is HOW do you get real pictures? All I ever get is Bonnies nose on my lense or her butt as she scurries from the room. The moment she sees anything in my hands, she is at it, in it, around it. Does she think it's edible?

    Unless Garry is actually restraining her, he tried to craw inside the camera! I can get pictures of all the other fur kids, but she is awful about it. Love or manipulation. I vote for the latter!!

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  4. What a great photo! Impressive!

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  5. I'm getting too old to "fly" anymore.

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  6. Love it!

    Seems you were not aware that some of us are dogbots. Yes, dog robots. That was a hover-dog.

    WOOF! WOOF!

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  7. Happy BlogPaws Wordless Wednesday blog hop!

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  8. They call that a Scottie hovercraft, I call it flying, just wish I could get higher off the ground

    Noodledog

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  9. The ad kept playing and could not watch your video. But I can imagine Scotty running.

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  10. It's true! Ma has photo of me from side and all my paws are off the ground, like I am flying! Woooooo!

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  11. Beagles and BargainsApril 24, 2013 at 4:57 PM

    Nice air! Luna loves to fly too. What are you running (or flying) away from?

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  12. It would have to be a squirrel or rabbit for mine to get up and go like that.

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  13. I've just hopped over on the Wordless Wednesday blog hop, Great photo hoverdog.

    Sheba

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