It’s time to relax and take in the enchanting beauty that this outstanding dancing partner, who featured in one of YouTube’s most amazing virals, has to offer.
It’s worth noting that the video was released in 2014 and is still one of the most popular on the social media platform; it has over 10 million views, and its portrayal is without a doubt one of the most astounding things you’ll ever witness.
The movie “Dogdance Freestyle – Sandra & Lizzy” depicts a Border Collie called Lizzy’s emotional connection and precise synchronization of movements with her human Sandra Roth during her participation in the dogdance freestyle event at the European Open Championships in Stuttgart, Germany, in 2014.
Sandra performed a magnificent dance sequence to the tune “The Last Unicorn,” which left the entire audience awestruck and astonished the jury.
Many people have emphasized the dog’s intellect as well as the owner’s laborious procedure of performing the dance.
Lizzy’s ability to recall each step and perform them with elegance and confidence is remarkable.
Wow, just wow!
Sandra, a professional jazz and ballet dancer with more than 24 years of experience, has developed one of the most intelligent dancing partners.
Since she was a puppy, Lizzy has been learning freestyle tricks and dances. It wasn’t easy at first, she recalls, because for the first three years, we focused on her social behavior rather than dog sports.
For years, they’ve been dancing partners and fans of “dogdance,” a competitive sport in which people and their canine friends perform scripted dances.
According to the Dogdance International preamble, “there are no mandatory moves or aspects, so each team can exhibit their own talents and abilities.”
This creative dance demonstrates dogs’ incredible intellect and athleticism.
“We’ve been performing shows for two years and participating in freestyle for a year,” he explained. “We also fell in love with Heelwork to Music, which Lizzy and I both do naturally. Dogdance combines two of my favorite things: dogs and dancing. As a result, this is the ideal sport for us,” he adds.