Kenji the Shiba Inu: playing with the mirror

The protagonist of this video is a Shiba Inu dog, also known as "little dog" or "dog of the bushes." It is a very nice aesthetically and a very intelligent dog. It is native to Japan, and it is widespread in the United States, England and Australia. The Shiba is hosted mainly in homes where there are children or people alone, because it is a dog that loves to play with the children and, for this reason, it is very good company. Lately this breed has spread in Italy, Holland, Germany and France and in recent years, even in countries of the former Soviet Union.

Some features of this breed are: liveliness, loyalty, affection and happiness. In the video you will see a Shiba Inu who sees another dog, with whom he would like to play. It does not understand that this is its reflection in the mirror!

It barks at that friend with whom it does not feel any contact, apart from the cold slimy mirror. It rolls on the floor, it tries to attract the attention of the little dog who imitates it in everything, but it does not decide to come out of that mirror, to skip between its legs, before chasing home and play up you drop.
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